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How To Stay Safe As States Reopen; The Latest on Masks
Coronavirus Daily
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How To Stay Safe As States Reopen; The Latest on Masks

Coronavirus Daily

Kelly McEvers, NPR

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If you're sitting in your backyard, you're wearing a mask, and you're socially distanced from other people, the likelihood of spreading COVID-19 from one person to another is incredibly, incredibly small.

Minimize COVID-19 Infection Risk While Seeing Friends Amid Reopening

This [COVID-19] pandemic is hitting black Americans much harder than white Americans. Black people in this country are more likely to get infected, be hospitalized, and die.

The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Disproportionately Affecting Black Americans

Experts point to data that shows African Americans are less likely to have gotten a seasonal flu shot that their white counterparts. The fear is that the same thing could happen when there's a vaccine for this virus [SARS-CoV-2].

The COVID-19 Pandemic Is Disproportionately Affecting Black Americans
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