Why vaccine equity hasn’t been achieved, how California could fix it

Publisher: ABC 10

Latinos in California have beared the brunt of the coronavirus pandemic and account for 55% of California’s 3.4 million cases. “With COVID-19, what we know communities of color and low-income communities have experienced a disproportionate share of both cases and severe cases and even deaths,” California Pan-Ethnic Health Network Director Kiran Savage-Sangwan said. “And so an equitable vaccine roll-out needs to focus on those communities first.”