Perceptions of the Coronavirus and COVID-19 Testing and Vaccination in Latinx and Indigenous Mexican Immigrant Communities in the Eastern Coachella Valley
Examines social determinants of health (SDOH) and socio-cultural perceptions of COVID-19 spread, testing, and vaccination among Latinx and indigenous Mexican farm-working communities in the rural borderland of Eastern Coachella Valley. Discusses data from 55 focus group participants about themes of misinformation, distrust of institutions, and employment and residency instability.
Daniel Gehlbach, Evelyn Vázquez, Gabriela Ortiz, et al.
BMC Public Health, 22
American Indian or Alaska Native · Culture and cultural competency · Farmers and farmworkers · Hispanic or Latino · Infectious diseases · Social determinants of health · U.S.-Mexico Border Region · Vaccination · California