COVID-19 Hospitalization and Death by Race/Ethnicity

Race and ethnicity are risk markers for other underlying conditions that impact health — including socioeconomic status, access to health care, and increased exposure to the virus due to occupation (e.g., frontline, essential, and critical infrastructure workers).

Rate ratios compared to White, Non-Hispanic PersonsAmerican Indian or Alaska Native, Non-Hispanic personsAsian, Non-Hispanic personsBlack or African American, Non-Hispanic personsHispanic or Latino persons
Cases12.8x
higher
1.1x
higher
2.6x
higher
2.8x
higher
Hospitalization25.3x
higher
1.3x
higher
4.7x
higher
4.6x
higher
Death31.4x
higher
No
Increase
2.1x
higher
1.1x
higher

1 thought on “COVID-19 Hospitalization and Death by Race/Ethnicity

  1. People of certain races and ethnicity have been targets by Democrats and government for a long long time. Now, don’t get me wrong we all have been experimented on by our government.

    With that being said let’s not go by what we are seeing from media and even some doctors. Because the number of deaths from COVID-19 are not factually accurate.

    They are calling every death COVID-19 even if you died from a gun shot. ( Two cases in Colorado that have been found )

    Now, if we go back in history there was a study called the Tuskegee Syphilis. After that they created this organization for nothing more than to kill black babies.

    But, let’s go back to 1851. The black people who were freeing slavery where diagnosed with Drapetomania.

    They have been using and experimenting on the black communities for decades. Today they use drugs brought in by our own government and now COVID-19.

    We are all experimented on by our government and big corporations.

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