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Long-Term Socioeconomic Consequences of COVID in the Latino Community: Creating a Path Forward

Undoubtedly, the COVID-19 pandemic, including "long COVID,” has created extensive and profound negative impacts on populations across the US AND devastated the health landscape in many ways, including over 96 million diagnosed cases leading to over one million deaths in just two years. At the same time, COVID has created a socioeconomic crisis that will likely negatively impact many Latinos and each of us for decades to come. This toxic constellation of complex COVID-related conditions requires significant attention and resource allocations.

In this reports, experts and researchers summarize recent findings focused on the socioeconomic consequences of COVID for Latinos in the US and present ways to address this burgeoning challenge.

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Webinar

Latino Policy Forum and Race, Prosperity, and Inclusion Initiative at Brookings hosted a webinar discussing the impact of long COVID-19 on Latino communities | Wednesday, October 19, 2022 

 

 

Blog

Brookings presents a blog post that summarizes the findings presented during the webinar Wednesday, October 19, 2022
By Gabriel R. Sanchez
, Noreen M. Sugrue, and Adrián A. Pedroza

 



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