LosCienLatino residents in Sonoma County are now nine times more likely to become infected with coronavirus than white residents. On Thursday, the Latino leadership organization Los Cien hosted a virtual Town Hall to discuss this disparity. In this excerpt from the event, co-moderator Oscar Pardo asked Sonoma County Health Director Barbie Robinson what the County is doing about the problem. 

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