Black Americans face higher COVID-19 risks, are more hesitant to trust medical scientists, get vaccinated
By John Gramlich and Cary Funk
Read the full article from the Pew Research Center here.
“The disparity is particularly wide in some states. In Kansas and Wisconsin, black people account for 6% of each state’s population but 29% and 26% of deaths, respectively – the biggest proportional disparities out of the states for which demographic data on coronavirus deaths is available…Meanwhile, a little over half of black adults (54%) say they would definitely or probably get a coronavirus vaccine if one were available today, while 44% say they would not.”