Associations of race/ethnicity and food insecurity with COVID-19 infection rates


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The findings of this observational study of the association of race/ethnicity with COVID-19 infection rates and the interaction of pre-COVID experiences of food insecurity suggest that the association varied over time and across racial/ethnic groups.


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Mare Sarr, Ph.D., of  Pennsylvania State University in


University Park,


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