Here's a list of reasons:
Remember when we thought it didn't affect young people? Remember when we thought it stayed in the air for a few seconds & as long as you weren't within 6 ft. of a cough, you'd be ok? Remember when we thought you only had to stay home if you had symptoms?
Finally, (Pardon me while I switch to all caps)...
We know her healthcare industry is racially segregated. We know cities and states are segregated. We know about the economic and healthcare disparities. We know racism exists
Have you ever met America?
There is nothing in the entire history of this country that was expensive, hard to obtain and selectively offered for which black people had equal access.
The Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation projects that Alabama will have the highest death rate in the country, by far. of 1600 cases, 377 are in Birmingham, the 3rd blackest city in the US.
Now I talked to a doctor at a Birmingham hospital
The city has a large number of hospitals. They even have 1 for people who can't afford healthcare, of course, the patients are disproportionately black
Now, I could have completely fabricated that entire story and made it all up.
But, without the data, how would you know?