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COVID-19 Health Inequities in Cities Dashboard

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This figure shows cumulative rates of COVID-19 outcomes by race and ethnicity across cities. In almost all cities displayed, non-Hispanic Blacks have a higher cumulative incidence rate than non-Hispanic whites.

January 21, 2021

The Urban Health Collaborative at the Dornsife School of Public Health has partnered with the Big Cities Health Coalition (BCHC) to release the “COVID-19 Health Inequities in Cities Dashboard.”

This dashboard is a powerful data tool that enables visualizations of COVID-19 related outcomes and inequities in COVID-19 related outcomes over time and across BCHC cities. The project was supported by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the de Beaumont Foundation.

The dashboard aims to inform decision-making by public health leaders in BCHC cities and will educate the public, policymakers, and public health officials about the ways in which race/ethnicity, neighborhood, and city characteristics influence COVID-19 outcomes.

Read more via the UHC

View the dashboard