By The Associated Press JOHANNESBURG — A report in South Africa says there is a higher risk of Black or mixed-race patients dying of COVID-19 in the country's hospitals than white patients. A report by the National Institute for Communicable Diseases indicates the association but doesn't go into detail. South Africa has released little data by race during the coronavirus pandemic. The country has the world's fifth largest virus caseload with more than 579,000 confirmed cases and ranks No. 13 with more than 11,000 deaths, according to the tally by Johns Hopkins University. The report says overall, 18% of people […]
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