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Hancock: BAME people at higher risk to coronavirus

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Hancock: BAME people at higher risk to coronavirus

Hancock: BAME people at higher risk to coronavirus

Making a statement in the Commons, Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces the findings of Public Health England's research into disparities in the risks and outcomes of Covid-19.

He confirms that being from a black or minority ethnic background is a major risk factor.

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