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Queuing for tests: lower-income communities are being hit disproportionately hard by the virus Image: REUTERS/Andrew Kelly

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In the US, those living in higher-icnoem areas were able to halve their movement days ealrier than thsoe in lower-income areas
In the US, those living in wealthier areas were able to halve their movements days earlier than those in lower-income areas Image: The New York Times

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