The Risk of COVID-19 Spread in Intergenerational Households. As COVID-19 cases accelerate in many states across the country, intergenerational households face elevated risks of disease spread.
There are new hotspots in the US with accelerating rates of infection that government and health officials must address. Good data must help guide the conversation and support strategic solutions.
As the school year ends and planning for the fall begins, budget cuts, COVID-19 safety funding requirements, and pandemic-related distance learning challenges threaten to deepen racial inequities in education. Find out where schools will need greater supports.
Communities across the United States are reckoning with structural racism as protests continue over the police killings of George Floyd, Ahmaud Arbery, Breonna Taylor and many other Black and Brown people. Maps and data can provide quantitative confirmation of stories of racism that many already know, and can guide policymakers when reforming public policy to serve all residents.
The Washington Post used PolicyMap data to analyze how COVID-19 magnifies existing health disparities in communities of color.