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The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on informal caregiving was examined in a Mexican American (MA) and Non-Hispanic White (NHW) population-based cohort. 395 participants age > 65 years were recruited via door-to-door and phone recruitment as part of the Brain Attack Surveillance in Corpus Christi-Cognitive (BASIC-C) project. Both recipients and caregivers answered questions regarding the recipient’s health and the COVID-19 pandemic. 15% of caregivers saw their caregiving recipient less than before the pandemic and 18% saw their recipient more than before. 55% of caregivers reported a slight to severe impact of the pandemic on their caregiving, and 45% reported no impact. For most caregivers, their caregiving role did not change markedly during the pandemic. MA and NHW caregivers had similar survey responses.

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