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The US received nearly 370,000 virus cases-cases and almost 11,000 deaths.
Worldwide, almost 75,000 deaths and More Than 1. 3m-total number of cases.What to do in Chicago , the Statistics show?
That compared with 847 white, 478 Hispanic and 126 Asian Chicagoans.
Chicago has seen the total of 98 deaths of Sunday, 72% of the black population.
The difference is reflected in the whole state, where Black People , 41% of the Covid-19 deaths, in spite of up to 14% of the population of Illinois.
The City inspectors would be sent to the said, in the shops, in order to ensure that each was the compliance with social distancing policies.
mayor Lightfoot also raised the possibility of curfews in areas where people gathered in front of liquor stores,What the picture is nationwide?
Although the coronavirus was recognized as the "great equalizer", the data suggests that the susceptibility to the infection, depending on the neighborhood.
the White residents Make Up about 23% of the cases in Michigan and 28% of the deaths, according to the data.
Detroit, Michigan, approximately 80% black, and The City along with the suburbs, around 80% of the confirmed coronavirus cases.
A similar disparity. in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, one of The Most segregated cities in the United States
approximately 40% of the Louisiana coronavirus deaths occurred in the New Orleans area, where the majority of the residents are black.
health officials have predicted, the Big Easy, residents suffer from among the rates of obesity, diabetes and hypertension, which are higher than The National average, which makes them more susceptible to Covid-19.What is behind the mismatch in Chicago ?
the mayor, Lightfoot said, diabetes, heart disease, and respiratory diseases were widespread in "really far" in black communities.
Dr. Arwady told reporters that even if everyone in The City have access to a doctor, "we still see significant health disparities because of food deserts and lack of roads passable".