We’re all susceptible to infectious disease of some kind or other, but not everyone is equally likely to be the victim of an outbreak. The fact is, inequalities both between and within communities mean that some people are at higher risk than others. In this episode of CrashCourseOutbreakScience, we’ll look deeper at the factors that lead to this uneven distribution of outbreaks.
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