From the Document: "In public health, stigma occurs when a particular group of people are negatively associated with a specific disease. Fear and anxiety can cause stigma toward certain populations during a public health emergency, such as the COVID-19 [coronavirus disease] pandemic. Stigma can lead to discrimination, stereotyping, and/or harassment. People of certain races and ethnic groups, from certain countries, and those with other prominent characteristics may be discriminated against because they are thought to be associated with a certain virus, even though those groups have no increased risk of contracting or spreading the disease. People who may be experiencing stigma as a result of COVID-19 include:  People of Asian or other minority descent and people of Hispanic origin;  People who have traveled;  Emergency responders or health care professionals;  People who have been quarantined or isolated, or are currently in quarantine or isolation;  People who have tested positive for COVID-19;  People who have out-of-state license plates on their vehicles or are from states that have a high number of COVID-19 cases;  People who are homeless or are at risk of homelessness;  People who are non-English speaking."
Pennsylvania Department of Health
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