COVID-19 Collateral Damage
Dec 17, 2020 - Jun 30, 2022
Summary of the Project:
For many Americans, the act of avoiding COVID-19 has meant significant sacrifice and negative consequences for their health and income that we're now just beginning to measure. This project supports a six-part series of stories published on Vox.com on COVID-19 looking at examples of collateral damage heightening disparities, ranging from how the pandemic is straining health care access and services for people in rural America to the psychological toll on health care workers battling the virus in hospitals.
About the Grantee:
Vox explains the news. We live in a world of too much information and too little context. Too much noise and too little insight. And so Vox's journalists candidly shepherd audiences through politics and policy, business and pop culture, food, science, and everything else that matters.
Related Grantee Work
June 23, 2021
The doctors are not all right
Doctors need mental health support, but the medical profession often punishes them for getting it.Learn More
Author: Julia Belluz
August 4, 2021
America isn’t taking care of caregivers
48 million people provide unpaid care to their loved ones in the US. Here's how to help them.Learn More
Author: Katherine Harmon Courage
February 11, 2022
They save skiers and hikers in the wilderness. Here’s how they think about resilience.
Search-and-rescue responders have powerful new ways of recovering from trauma.Learn More
Author: Christopher Tedeschi
March 7, 2022
Maternity wards are shuttering across the US during the pandemic
The closures could make giving birth more dangerous in the United States.Learn More
Author: Dylan Scott
June 28, 2022
Health care in jails and prisons is terrible. The pandemic made it even worse.
America’s 1.7 million incarcerated people have a constitutional right to medical treatment. During the pandemic, many of them say they didn’t get it in time.Learn More
Author: Victoria Law
June 30, 2022
“She hardly goes out”: Racism is keeping many Asian Americans from going to the doctor
Pandemic-related hate crimes against Asian Americans have left many feeling unsafe in public. The consequences of missed health care will have lasting effects.Learn More
Author: Jenny Chen