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High Rates of COVID-19 Infection Among Indigenous Maya at a U.S. Safety-Net Health System in California

Foo, P. K., Perez, B., Gupta, N., Lorenzo, G. J., Misa, N. Y., Guiterrez, B.S., Madison, O., Swift, M.B.U., Anderson, E.S.

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This article highlights a retrospective co-cohort study conducted to assess COVID-19 cases among the indigenous Maya in Alameda County, California. The authors also discuss the issues in misclassification of public health data among the Maya people.

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Reduction of Health Disparities

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