Report Type: COVID-19

Texans’ Views on Social Determinants of Health and Race

Blacks and Hispanics in Texas are more likely than Whites to say that non-medical factors such as where you live, your level of education, and your immigration status are critical to your overall health. Higher percentages of Blacks and Hispanics also say that state government should address economic and living conditions as public health priorities. Those are just some of the results of Episcopal Health Foundation’s first-of-its-kind statewide survey on social determinants of health and race in Texas.

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EHF’s Texas COVID-19 Maps Dashboard

EHF has developed updated Texas COVID-19 maps at the county level that show the number of cases, social vulnerability, unemployment rate, Federal Coronavirus Relief Funds allocation, and availability of philanthropic COVID relief funds. These maps are updated weekly and aim to inform discussion on programs, services and funding to address challenges associated with pandemic.

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