Coronavirus Spread Illustrates How Inequality Complicates Public Health

More than five million Texans don’t have health insurance, and many more are underinsured.

By Christopher ConnellyMarch 17, 2020 9:30 am, , , , ,

From KERA:

The fast-spreading coronavirus pandemic is putting into sharp focus the ways inequality makes responding to disease outbreaks more challenging. As public health and other officials seek to limit the spread of the virus, the decisions they make and the guidance they offer may be undermined by the large number of Texans living on the financial edge.

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