Many People of Color, Immigrants Among 1,080 US Health Workers Lost to COVID | Kaiser Health News

The U.S. health system also relies heavily on immigrant health workers, who account for almost 1 in 5 health workers. Immigrant health workers tend to work in the most vulnerable communities: A 2018 study found that high-poverty areas tend to have more foreign-trained doctors than do wealthier regions, for example.

Source: Many People of Color, Immigrants Among 1,080 US Health Workers Lost to COVID | Kaiser Health News