Based on what I have seen announced on the news, the sad and unfortunate info is that the vaccination rate in the Black community - particularly in southern states - is quite low.
So, if that is accurate, it will be a white GQP and a Black Dem and disease.
Yes, for Black people (and minorities in general), low vaccination rates stem from issues with hesitancy (but not as much as it is for whites), lack of access, time, and other barriers that make it difficult for them to be vaccinated.
And yes, those who have means, time, and social/work flexibility will not suffer from COVID. It will be the poor, minorities and our seniors who will bear the brunt, which will be felt by all because as we know COVID spreads everywhere.
Lack of access? Access to what exactly in the case of the covid vaccination?
Easy and sufficient access to get vaccinated. A lot of people have to combat lack of transportation, lack of child care, lack of internet access to find and schedule appointments or get time off from work to get vaccinated.
Where do you live, my friend? Because, employers are actually giving people incentives to get the shot. Hell, they are even sending mobile units to the Black Belts to give the vaccine.
I live in the backward ass state of Oklahoma where our governor declared last month that "COVID was no longer an emergency."