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Coronavirus deadliest in New York City's black and Latino neighborhoods, data shows

Reuters Monday, 18 May 2020
Some New York City neighborhoods have seen death rates from the novel coronavirus nearly 15 times higher than others, according to data released by New York City's health department on Monday, showing the disproportionate toll taken on poor communities.
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