In Los Angeles County, this winter’s Covid surge revealed a stark racial and economic divide. The disease killed Black and Latino residents at two to three times the rate of white Angelenos. The New York Times went inside the homes and hospital rooms of those hit hardest hit by the pandemic, publishing a set of photos detailing the experience here.
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