Within the COVID-19 pandemic are rates of depression within minoritized populations different compared to white individuals in the United States?

Aya Youssef, Amy Adkins, Jasmyne Khan, Andrea Arce Nunez & Pasha Farahi
The pandemic has caused many to be under tremendous amounts of stress, especially racial minorities due to having more financial, family, and health issues. With so much worry around the country the state of people’s mental health could be thought to decline as a result. The state of an individual's mental health is also in direct correlation to their chances of becoming depressed.
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