Analysis of IPMUS NHIS Survey Data for Covid-19
About this project
In the United States, there have been over 47 million cases of COVID since the pandemic started in early March of 2020. Based on socioeconomic factors, certain groups of people have been affected by the pandemic more than others. In order to take a closer look at the disparities between sub-populations and the impact COVID has had on different groups of people, it is important to analyze socio-economic factors including, but not limited to, household income, race, education, and access to healthcare and how these constituents relate to COVID infection and testing rates.
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