White people care less about COVID-19 after finding out about racial disparities, research suggests
New research suggests that white people started to care less about COVID-19 when it was discovered that the virus was hurting Black and Brown people more than any other racial group.
The data has potential implications for public health messaging.
NPR’s Adrian Florido explains.
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