Amid vast income inequality, a community that makes up 39% of the state accounts for the majority of positive cases

When William Sanchez and eleven of his family members contracted Covid-19 around Thanksgiving, his toddler’s temperature spiked, his nephew vomited for days, and his diabetic mom’s blood sugar moved like a rollercoaster.

“Everything you hear on the news about, you know, this virus, and how bad it is… everything they say about it, it’s like 10 times worse,” Sanchez said.

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