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Poll shows inequality among older adults in ability to isolate a COVID-19-positive person at home, or get outside

February 3, 2021

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A new University of Michigan Poll found that one in five older adults do not have the ability to isolate from the people they live with when they test positive for COVID-19. Specifically, older adults who are Hispanic or Black or have lower incomes or poor health to start with, are more likely to lack a safe place to isolate in their home.

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