INDIVIDUALS OF BLACK & ASIAN ORIGIN MORE PRONE TO COVID-19: STUDY

Highlights
• The study published in The Lancet included 18,728,893 patients in the hospitals across the U.K. and the U.S.
• The study included 14,506,023 White people, 1,267,802 Asian, 527,944 Black, 1,578,192 Hispanic, 1,113 Native American, 2,29822 Mixed and 6,17,997 from other ethnic groups
• All the patients were thoroughly observed and studied to prepare around 50 research papers which happen to be the base of these findings
According to a recently conducted study, individuals of Black and Asian origin are more prone TO COVID-19 in comparison with the White people.
The study published in The Lancet included 18,728,893 patients in the hospitals across the U.K. and the U.S. It said that ethnic minority groups are disproportionately affected by the novel coronavirus and it was found that people of Asian ethnicity were at a higher risk of Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU) admissions and death. For the study, division of patients was done on the basis of their ethnicity. It included 14,506,023 White people, 1,267,802 Asian, 527,944 Black, 1,578,192 Hispanic, 1,113 Native American, 2,29822 Mixed and 6,17,997 from other ethnic groups.
The study noted “These findings are of critical public health importance in informing interventions to reduce morbidity and morbidity amongst ethnic minority groups.”
All the patients were thoroughly observed and studied to prepare around 50 research papers which are the base of these findings.

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