With new data from here & I show that poor people face MOST health risks and are doing LEAST social distancing
The upper middle class can work from home; the middle class, not so much. New from me & with data
New data show how the risks of #COVID19 are tied to income. & break it down:
Most of us intuitively get that #COVID19 is exacerbating this country's massive inequalities. & offer data to back up this claim. Some of the most eye-opening stats... 1/
A3: Frontline workers are often living paycheck to paycheck, making trade offs between health and income. They are more likely to be women, more likely to be people of color, and less likely to hold a 4-year degree. #JobEquityCOVID
Class and #COVID: How the less affluent face double risks via &
New data show how the risks of #COVID19 are tied to income. & break it down:
Most at risk, Least likely to social distance: COVID will hit the Poor hardest 👇🏽
“Stark gaps in wealth, health and work have gone from being chronic problems to acute ones.” and discuss the risks facing less affluent citizens during the coronavirus crisis.
How coronavirus will amplify class inequality across multiple dimensions.
New data show how the risks of #COVID19 are tied to income. & break it down:
Class and the COVID-19 Pandemic: How the Poor and Disadvantaged face Higher Risks. A brutally-honest look at disease and inequalities Truly a must-read! #COVID19US #covid19Canada
RT : New data show how the risks of #COVID19 are tied to income. & break it down:
Pandemic shining "a harsh light on inequality... Stark gaps in wealth, health and work have gone from being chronic problems to acute ones.”
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Less affluent folks face compounded risks during the #covid19 crisis. From and
Class and COVID: How the less affluent face double risks via
Class and COVID: How the less affluent face double risks via . Important to start considering the massive equity questions that will be raised within (& between) countries as a result of the unequal health & economic impacts of #COVID19.