A study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: BloombergA study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
A study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg

Coronavirus: older non-white men with prior illness at much higher risk of Covid-19 death, British study finds

  • People from black and minority ethnic backgrounds are much more likely to have ‘bad outcomes’ from the disease but researchers say it’s not clear why
  • The Hong Kong government has tightened guidelines for aged care facilities following an outbreak at a home for the elderly

Topic |   Coronavirus pandemic
A study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: BloombergA study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
A study of 17 million people in England has identified key risk factors associated with dying from Covid-19. Photo: Bloomberg
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