How lack of internet access has limited vaccine availability for racial and ethnic minorities

Racial and ethnic minorities are falling behind in the vaccine race, and lack of internet could be to blame. Image: Unsplash/Markus Spiske

Tamra Burns Loeb

Adjunct Associate Professor - Interim; UCLA Center for Culture, Trauma, and Mental Health Disparities, University of California, Los Angeles

AJ Adkins-Jackson

Research Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School, Harvard University

Arleen F. Brown

Professor of Medicine, University of California, Los Angeles

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