There is significant variation between groups in rates of infection and incidences of mortality and morbidity resulting from COVID-19. The pandemic has also highlighted the limited access that many people have to adequate medical care, both within the United States and globally. What explains these inequalities? What can we do to remedy them?
Sridhar Venkatapuram (Global Health & Philosophy, King’s College London)
Yolonda Y. Wilson (Philosophy, Howard University)
Moderator: Dana Howard (Bioethics and Philosophy, Ohio State University)
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