Senator Tim Scott (R-S.C.) is calling on the Trump administration to monitor the impact of the coronavirus on communities of color. Appearing on “CBS This Morning” Monday, Scott expressed the importance of better outreach by the federal government to minority communities about the coronavirus.”I think it’s really important for us to use all resources at our disposal to make sure that churches, small businesses, community centers are all engaged in this fight to reduce the spread of the coronavirus – across America certainly, [and] specifically in the African-American community,” the senator said. “African-Americans represent about one-third of all hospitalizations, but only about 13% of the nation’s population. And you’ll find on most of the frontlines – in the grocery stores, some of the takeout services – you’ll see a lot of African-Americans working. Sen. Tim Scott (R-S.C.)., appearing on “CBS This Morning.” CBS News “And so, what we want to make sure that we understand is, that if you have a higher incidence of high blood pressure and asthma, it’s really important for you to take the necessary precautions – from wearing masks, washing hands, all the protocols. This is uniquely targeting the African-American community, the strategy to make sure


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