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The Disproportionate Covid-19 Risk for Workers of Color, by the Numbers

A greater share of Black, Latinx, and Native American workers are in jobs with a risk of coronavirus exposure than white workers

51% — The share of Black and Latinx workers with jobs that must be done on site and close to others
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