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Coast to coast, Covid kills young Latinos at severely higher rates

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Where the data is available in states like NY, CA, NJ and TX, Latinos under the age of 45 are dying at rates significantly higher than Whites – even more so than in older age groups. NBC News NOW’s Isa Gutierrez explains why, and speaks to those who have lost family.