The family of Etelvina Dominguez, 78 and a mother of eight, visits her the day before she died from COVID-19. Only her husband and eldest son could be there in person, with the others joining over an iPad.
The pandemic has struck racial minorities particularly hard. Latinos die from the coronavirus 2.3 times more frequently than white non-Hispanics, according to federal data; Black people die 1.9 times more often.
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