John W
John W 1 months

If that's even true, it could only be they are not following guidelines, they smoke more etc Who's fault is that? Or are you suggesting the virus is racist? They also said more women, but that was BS as well. Stupid identity politics. https://www.france24.com/en/20200331-coronavirus-why-do-more-men-die-of-covid-19-than-women Coronavirus: Why do more men die of Covid-19 than women?

Jason
Jason 1 months

I work at a hospital in Georgia and we have been watching Louisiana closely. The Issue seems to be preexisting medical conditions, such as hypertension, diabetes and heart disease. All of which disproportionately effect black people. None of this is change to the statistics we have been tracking for years. Wash your hands. Stay at home. Cover your cough and we will have our best chance of making through this.

GreenMachine
GreenMachine 1 months

This is based off one place, Detroit. Also poor black ppl tend to live 2+ generations under one roof. They tend to live in more urban area than rural. It's not just because of the color of their skin! This isn't a racial issue. It's a pandemic.

Just An Opinion
Just An Opinion 1 months

Who cares? No matter who is sick, we're still going to be working day and night on a vaccine.

BehemothCat
BehemothCat 1 months

I cannot compete with Jordan Peterson on this one. https://youtu.be/B12wAUkLn44

jason maury
jason maury 1 months

Sounds like liberal media doing ehat they do best,play the race card

Jake
Jake 1 months

This is absolute hogwash! About 75% of the black residents of Michigan live in the Detroit-Metro area affected by the virus. The hotspot of Detroit is disproportionately affecting the residents that dwell there. Most are black. The virus is not racist.

Michael Tatom
Michael Tatom 1 months

They can’t finish school or raise children so there’s no surprise hear.

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