CNN correspondent Nick Valencia said on CNN's "The Color of Covid" special that Hispanic Americans are suffering the most in New York City, where the community makes up more than a third of virus-related deaths.
Social economic factors and inequality is at play.
In New York, 34% of the death rate is made up by Latinos, "and that is not even counting undocumented immigrants who may be afraid are showing symptoms are sick and are free to go into the doctor," Valencia said.
The jobs that Latino's have may put the community more at risk of contracting the coronavirus.
In New York, there are at least 242,424 coronavirus cases and 17,627 deaths.