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The COVID-19 pandemic affected most women seeking contraceptive care — but those who already are disadvantaged by structural inequities were hit the hardest. The problem worsened as the pandemic continued. The pandemic made reproductive health access disparities worse, creating economic hardship for many women and disproportionately affecting Black, indigenous, and people of color. Recently, researchers found that people were less happy with their ability to access contraceptive care in January 2021 than in July 2020.

Disrupted Contraceptive Care Hurt Disadvantaged Patients the Most