Errata

Percentage of Black Population and Primary Care Shortage Areas Associated with Higher COVID-19 Case and Death Rates in Georgia Counties: Erratum

Authors: None Available

Abstract

In the February 2021 issue of Southern Medical Journal in the article by Baltrus et al, “Percentage of Black Population and Primary Care Shortage Areas Associated with Higher COVID-19 Case and Death Rates in Georgia Counties”, funding sources for the research was not listed. The correct statement for the funding should be: Dr Gaglioti, Ms Douglas, and Dr Mack were supported by a $40 million award from the US Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health as part of the National Infrastructure for Mitigating the Impact of COVID-19 within Racial and Ethnic Minority Communities (NIMIC) designed to work with community-based organizations across the nation to deliver education and information on resources to help fight the pandemic (award #1CPIMP201187-01-00).

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References

Baltrus PT, Douglas M, Li C, et al. Percentage of black population and primary care shortage areas associated with higher COVID-19 case and death rates in Georgia counties. South Med J 2021;114(2): 57–62.