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  1. The issue of health inequalities in the world today is the most confounding factor that affect most case fatality rates be it malaria, war, epidemic never mind pandemics . Looking at the statistics so far available today, we know that being black and/or brown is a major predictive causes of who died or survive any major disaster. Let us look at what is happening now and compare it with what happened in the past. The net average income of blacks in the city of Boston is eight dollars ( $8 ) compared to over $200,000 among whites so it’s clear to predict what is likely to happen when this pandemic is over.

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