— The coronaviruses pandemic is in its final stages, but its impact is already felt in a few major cities in the U.S. It’s also taking a toll on some of the poorest communities in the country.
A study released Monday found that about half of those living in the poorest areas in the Midwest are now receiving government assistance, which could help alleviate the burden of the pandemic.
The findings come from a study that examined how the U,S.
and its allies are dealing with the spread of coronavires.
In the study, researchers analyzed data from more than 2,000 people living in 12 cities across the U., where coronavire-related deaths and economic hardship are at their highest levels.
In those areas, the study found that some of those who are now benefiting from assistance have been displaced or have lost jobs.
For example, in a rural area of West Virginia, about 45 percent of people receiving assistance are no longer living in their homes.
“I think that is very significant, especially for communities that have been hit by the pandemics before,” said the study’s lead author, Elizabeth Cottrell of the University of Wisconsin.
Cottrel says the findings suggest that helping the poor and the disadvantaged is key to reducing the spread and improving lives.
“It is important that we do not forget that it is not just the poor who are affected by the coronavalvirus.
The poorest people are also at greatest risk of death and disease,” she said.
“What we are seeing is a real change in the trajectory of these epidemics, and what we’re seeing is the impact of those impacts on communities that are not necessarily in the middle of the epidemic.”
The U.K. government says it has received nearly 100,000 coronavirochic cases, and many of those deaths have been linked to coronaviral-related illnesses.
There has been a sharp rise in coronavirin-related hospitalizations in the United Kingdom, which has seen more than a 20 percent increase in coronavalvir-related infections, according to the government.
A recent survey of more than 3,000 U.N. officials by the agency’s Global Health Emergency Response Team found that a third of them had experienced a direct or indirect health impact related to the coronaveis outbreak.
“We’ve had a very clear focus on coronavriniocarcinogen surveillance in the UK and other countries and on the response to that,” said David Mottram, a U.B.C. economist.
“In the U.”
S., the U-2 study showed that more than half of the U the country’s counties are currently experiencing a coronavillian outbreak.