Coronavirus Impact on African American Communities in Chicago

April 23, 2020
African Americans are being impacted by the coronavirus at a significantly higher rate than other communities. New studies find it's due to underlying health conditions that are more common in black communities. But experts say it underscores a broader trend showing that coronavirus isn't an equalizer but a magnifier of inequality. Jill Wagner sits down with Dr. Kevin Stephens, the Medical Director at Oak Street Health in Chicago to discuss.
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