New Jersey has been hit hard by COVID-19, and more challenges loom as coronavirus cases are climbing nationwide. While no one is immune to the pandemic and its related hardships, low-income and minority communities are disproportionately suffering in many aspects. Richard Marlink, the director of Rutgers Global Health Institute who has worked extensively to confront issues of health equity both in the United States and around the world, discusses the complex obstacles facing low-income and minority communities and why helping everyone recover is important for New Jersey. To read the full story.
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