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Arkansans’ Preferred COVID-19 Testing Locations

McElfish, P.A., Willis, D.E., Bryant-Moore, K., Rojo, M.O., Andersen, J.A., Kaminicki, K.F., James, L.P.

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This study looks at data from a digital survey conducted for Arkansas residents to see if race, ethnicity, and other socioeconomic factors impacts a person’s preference for COVID-19 testing. Results found that individuals preferred drive through COVID-19 testing as their primary testing location. The authors posit that location and administration of COVID-19 testing should consider race and ethnicity to assist in eliminating disparities for these vulnerable groups.

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Reduction of Health Disparities

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