To speak about the effects of Covid-19, we are looking for people from BAME backgrounds.
Coronavirus has a disproportionate effect on black, Asian and ethnic minority (BAME) communities in the UK.
A Public Health England study released in June found that people from black and Asian ethnic groups are twice as likely as white people to die from Covid-19.
In addition to health disparities, the sectors most impacted by the economic downturn are overrepresented by black and ethnic minorities.
The Guardian’s study found that a disproportionate number of BAME employees are in industries with the highest rates of redundancies and layoffs.
The Guardian wants to speak to people from BAME backgrounds about the health, social and financial effects the coronavirus pandemic has had on them, including physicians, teachers and food bank volunteers.
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