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While black residents comprise 29% of Chicago, they represent 70% of that city's COVID-19 deaths. There are a number of reasons for that, and officials are just now beginning to address the issue.

In Chicago, COVID-19 Is Hitting The Black Community Hard

By Natalie Moore NPR
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