Virus has laid bare America’s fragmented healthcare system and corrosive racial and socioeconomic inequality
More than one million people have died in the Covid-19 pandemic in the US, according to Johns Hopkins, far and away the most deaths of any country.
While the sheer number of deaths from the coronavirus sets the US apart, the country’s large population of 332.5 million people does not explain the staggering mortality rate, which is among the highest in the world. Continue reading
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