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Association Between Racial Segregation and COVID-19 Vaccination Rates

Swietek, K., Gianattasio, K. Henderson, S., Khanna, S., Ubri, P., Douglas, M., Baltrus, P., Freij, M., Mack, D., Gaglioti, A.

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This article examines the association between county-level Black/white residential segregation and COVID-19 vaccination rates. Findings emphasize the need for considering interaction effects and stratified analysis when modeling disparities in COVID-19 vaccinations. Doing so can better inform policies around effective vaccine distribution and outreach.

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Reduction of Health Disparities

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Black or African American

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