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Estimating the Unknown: Greater Racial and Ethnic Disparities in COVID-19 Burden After Accounting for Missing Race and Ethnicity Data

Labgold, K., Hamid, S., Shah, S., Gandhi, N. R., Chamberlain, A., Khan, F., Khan, S., Smith, S., Williams, S., Lash, T., Collins, L.J.

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Outside U.S.

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The article highlights quantitative bias analysis as a method for improving racial and ethnic COVID-19 disparity estimates when data are missing.

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Outcomes of Interest

Improve Data Infrastructure

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American Indian, Black or African American, Hispanic, Latino, or Latinx

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