A research conducted in Britain has reported that Indians are at the highest risk of death from corona virus. This research has been done on Indian people living in England and Wales. In which Indians have been reported to have a 50–75 percent higher risk of corona. According to a latest statistical analysis released in London, the risk of death from corona in Indian men and women living in England and Wales is 50 to 75 percent higher than British men and women living in London.
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) which concluded a similar ethnic variation regarding the effect of the corona virus earlier this year. He updated his data this week and also found that the factors behind inequality were more related to living systems and nature.
According to this report by the London Office for National Statistics (ONS), the risk of death from corona in black and south Asian people is higher than white people, if you look at the statistics of deaths by July 28. Earlier in the deaths till May 15, ONS claimed to have found similar figures. The findings of this report by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) suggest that racial differences in corona virus deaths are strongly associated with demographic, social and economic factors.
In addition, the report also claimed that the risk of death from corona virus in all people is higher than men in women. Except for the Chinese people, the risk of death among white people is lower than the rest of the community.
According to this report, death from corona also depends on where you live or what profession (s) you are in. The report reiterates the findings of the government-backed Public Health England (PHE), which talked about the deadly effects of the virus.