|Number||Title||Abstract||First Name(s)||Last Name(s)||Department|
|25488||An Examination of the Prevalence of COVID-19 in the Texas Juvenile Justice System|
The COVID-19 pandemic has posed a significant risk to environmental public health in the United States, with over 30.5 million people infected and 552,000 dead by March 2021. Different populations are disproportionately affected, with disparities connected to factors such as income, race, geographic location, population density and pre-existing medical conditions. These vulnerability indicators are compounded for one of the most overlooked and concurrently high-risk youth populations in the United States: those in the juvenile justice system.
|25488||North Carolina Shirt Removal Rates||Link to abstract in other place.||Peter||Pablo||Statistics|