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COVID-19 Linked To Increased Hospitalization Of Pregnant Minorities

Newsy Friday, 18 September 2020
COVID-19 Linked To Increased Hospitalization Of Pregnant MinoritiesWatch VideoThere's a health disparity in America, and experts from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention say COVID-19 may be making it worse for pregnant women.  

Brea Markey-Johnson says she knew something wasn't right when she arrived at the hospital for delivery.  

"I kept having a fever, like a low-grade...
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