Public health experts say Hispanic/Latino adults may be more vulnerable to the COVID-19 virus. Many people from the Hispanic/Latino community have low-paying service jobs that require them to work through the pandemic, therefore interacting with the public. A large number also lack access to health care, which contributes to higher rates of diabetes and other conditions that can worsen infections. These findings appear to be common in a number of U.S. states and, unsurprisingly, is related to low income.