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Black doctors try to switch to vaccine resistance

It was a Saturday morning in a black barbershop when a conversation between two strangers waiting for cuts rocked Wayne Riley so much he “almost jumped out of the barber’s seat” in the middle of his haircut.

“Oh, we can’t have this Chinese shit,” one man said to another, shortly after news of the coronavirus arrived in New York City.

Dr Riley, 170-year-old first African-American chairman of the board of the New York Academy of Medicine and president of Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, couldn’t help but engage in the conversation , knowing from early reports from China that COVID -19 has been hard on people with high blood pressure, diabetes, obesity and lung problems.

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