Racial and Workplace Disparities in Seroprevalence of SARS-CoV-2, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, USA Letter

Full Text via DOI: 10.3201/eid2701.203808 Web of Science: 000609135300048
Open Access

Cited authors

  • Feehan AK, Velasco C, Fort D, Burton JH, Price-Haywood EG, Katzmarzyk PT, Garcia-Diaz J, Seoane L


  • By using paired molecular and antibody testing for severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 infection, we determined point prevalence and seroprevalence in Louisiana, USA, during the second phase of reopening. Infections were highly variable by race and ethnicity, work environment, and ZIP code. Census-weighted seroprevalence was 3.6%, and point prevalence was 3.0%.

Publication date

  • 2021

Number of pages

  • 4

Start page

  • 314

End page

  • 317


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