LGBTQ people face higher covid-19 risks, but true toll in group is unknown
“You don’t know what’s happening unless you’re measuring it. If you can understand the disparities, you can work to address them.” Sarah Henn, chief health officer at Whitman-Walker Health in D.C.
Samantha.email@example.com Emily Guskin contributed to this report.
covid-19 outcomes, including asthma, cancer, heart disease, obesity, kidney disease and stroke, than heterosexual people. Within this community, Black and Hispanic people are particularly vulnerable, according to the report, which relied on 2017-2019...
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