Geography class: The US’s hidden minority hit hard by Covid
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Food and health — Food systems and spread of diseases — the role of geographic factors (including physical, economic and political barriers) in the rate of (disease) diffusion
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The US’s hidden minority hit hard by Covid
Suggest two reasons why Covid-19 hit those of Asian descent quicker and harder than white Americans
Suggest two reasons why the pandemic could “end up being the beginning of the end for Chinatown”
Suggest two reasons why the population of Chicago’s Chinatown is increasing
Richard Allaway, International School of Geneva/geographyalltheway.com