Those Most Likely to Get Covid Are Last in Line for Vaccines

Distribution plans that favor people with time and internet access hurt Black and Latinx people disproportionately.

Since December, about 31 million doses of Covid vaccines have been administered in the US. President Biden has committed to distributing 150 million more doses within his first 100 days in office, but new cases continue to mount. January was the deadliest month of the pandemic so far, as scientists say two new, potentially more deadly strains of the virus emerged.

As states move to vaccinate people as quickly as they can, early data suggests stark racial disparities in who is getting the vaccine. Coronavirus ravaged low-income, Black, Latinx, and indigenous

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