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Pandemic misery index reveals far-reaching impact of COVID-19 on American lives, especially on Blacks and Latinos

By Kyla Thomas, Sociologist, USC Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
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With more than 30 million people infected and 550,000 dead, the U.S. is among the nations hardest hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. From job loss to housing insecurity to mental distress, the social, psychological and economic hardships brought on by the pandemic are extensive and likely to outlast the pandemic itself.

To better understand the breadth and depth of the pandemic’s impact on American lives, I worked with colleagues at the


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