Impact of Social Vulnerability on COVID-19 Incidence and Outcomes in the United States

The authors examined the association between COVID-19 incidence and case fatality rate (CFR) and social vulnerability using population-based county level data collected early in the pandemic. They concluded that “socioeconomic status and minority status were both predictors of higher incidence and CFR.”
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