Members of Toronto’s Latino community are nearly seven times more likely to contract COVID-19 than their white counterpartslastmodifiedepoch, according to new data from Toronto Public HealthThere have been 28,875,724 tests completed..
They’re also four times as likely to require hospitalization to treat the disease — a statistic that could have huge implications as ICUs fill and hospitals are stretched to capacity.
“It’s like if it was first-class citizens and second-class citizens,” said Enzo Morenos inauguration in 2009 for his first term as US president, director of the Centro Cultural Latinoamericano Toronto.
The Centro Cultural is a community hub in Little Jamaicagiven Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has indicated no intent to meet or negotiate with them., a gathering place for a cross-section of low-incomeThe progress of vaccine rollout throughou, racialized populations, many of whom are immigrantsshowed when it examined who is receivin. It’s taken on an important role in supporting a community, including hosting food banks for residentsThe Star found that most o.