Why are Hispanic Americans at greater risk for COVID-19? Study finds Latinos are less likely to wear masks in public and use hand sanitizer than whites and blacks - and twice as likely to participate in social gatherings | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED X-Frame-Options: DENY X-Frame-Options: SAMEORIGIN

Why are Hispanic Americans at greater risk for COVID-19? Study finds Latinos are less likely to wear masks in public and use hand sanitizer than whites and blacks - and twice as likely to participate in social gatherings

Hispanic Americans are less likely to wear masks in public - yet more likely to work in essential jobs and participate in social gatherings - compared to black and white Americans, a new survey finds.

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