Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groups – report
Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groups – report
"After accounting for the effect of sex, age, deprivation and region, it found that people of Bangladeshi ethnicity were at most risk, with about twice the risk of death compared with people of white British ethnicity."
In the report’s foreword, Lawrence said minority ethnic people have been “overexposed, under protected, stigmatised and overlooked”.
At our #GPC2020 Sept 20 had perceptively called out that it was #Structuralinequalities & not #biology #genomics determining #BAME disproportionate #publichealth & #COVID19 related #mentalhealth outcomes. Overexposed & under protected
“The impact of Covid is not random, but foreseeable and inevitable – the consequence of decades of structural injustice, inequality and discrimination that blights our society. We are in the middle of an avoidable crisis”
Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groups – report
Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groups in UK, says report via
Structural racism led to worse Covid impact on BAME groups – report
#HealthInequalities: Structural #racism led to worse #Covid impact on #BAME groups – report Minority ethnic people in UK were ‘overexposed, under protected, stigmatised and overlooked’