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The disparities were no less prevalent once Wells moved on to teaching in Memphis in the 1880s.
While online health services could be used to increase access and retention in care among vulnerable groups, not having access widens existing disparities.
Weeks later, vast disparities remain — and some residents are fuming at being shut out of the sign-up system once a week.
The march of the virus through the District, Maryland and Virginia has exposed cruel disparities influencing who gets sick and who survives.
Part of that disparity is about access, both to facilities vaccinating people and because the complicated, online application process locks out those who find it tougher to get on the Internet.
These initial findings are not enough to prove policing in these cities is unlawful or to prove these disparities were motivated by racial bias.
Taffe’s solution for the disparity within NIH—to fund a more diverse range of scientists—is echoed in other corners of academia.
Still, research confirms that they regularly reproduce the same old sexist labor disparities at home.
This disparity has led to criticism from US lawmakers that Israel is shirking its responsibility and a statement from the United Nations urging Israel to “help address the priority needs of Palestinians.”
Moreover, the lack of adequate vaccination data could undermine efforts to ensure racial and ethnic equity in the process, further exacerbating pandemic-driven disparities.

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