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No internet, no vaccine: How lack of internet access has limited vaccine availability for racial and ethnic minorities

By Tamra Burns Loeb, Adjunct Associate Professor - Interim; UCLA Center for Culture, Trauma, and Mental Health Disparities, UCLA School of Medicine
Arleen F. Brown, Professor of Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine
Paris "AJ" Adkins-Jackson, Research Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard University
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Early numbers show that people from racial and ethnic minorities have lower vaccination rates. Lack of internet access could be a reason.

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