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"On the 17th local time, US Secretary of Health and Human Services Alex Azar said in an interview with US media that the main reason why the number of people with new coronary pneumonia in the United States is so high is the health of Americans. , Especially minority communities. This view was refuted by the US media.
According to CNN, Hazard made relevant remarks while accepting CNN's "State of the Union" program, which was hosted by Jack Taper. At the beginning of the show, Tarper pointed out that the number of deaths from the new crown pneumonia in the United States has approached 90,000. Hazard then attributed the cause to the health of the Americans, saying, "Unfortunately, the United States has a very diverse population. The ethnic group with severe unhealthy complications, which puts many people in our community, especially African Americans, and minority communities at risk, because these people have potential disease health differences and associated diseases. This is the United States health care system Of course we have to resolve the unfortunate legacy." Azar's statement was quickly questioned by the US media. CNN quoted a study published by the American Public Media (APM) on May 11 and pointed out that there were more than 80,000 deaths in the United States at that time, of which only 17,155 were black. "
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