Leo Chavez, an anthropologist at University of California, Irvine who’s researched immigration, health care for the Latino community and other community issues, said much of the low-income jobs in restaurants, hotels and other service industry positions are staffed by Latinos. The jobs increase their exposure to virus, he said. … UCI professor and epidemiologist Andrew Noymer said the two cities [Santa Ana and Anaheim] have some of the highest rates of daily virus case increases.
Coronavirus infections hit hard at Orange County’s Latino community
Voice of OC, May 27, 2020
May 27, 2020