The Coronavirus Doesn’t Need a Visa: COVID-19’s Effect on Immigrant Populations

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The coronavirus doesn’t need a visa to enter our country, jails, hospitals, schools or neighborhoods. We put our community’s health at risk if we don’t create safe areas for those who are sick to come forward and get treatment and if we don’t institute smart and effective means of monitoring all who enter the U.S.—regardless of immigration status.

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