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The analysis on ethnicity and risk did not consider a person's occupation or obesity, even though both are known risk factors for getting seriously ill with coronavirus. It was due to be released by the end of May. Now it's here, it's not clear why there was a delay.

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And a similar protest also took place in Cardiff.

It acknowledges that more work is needed to understand and advise people about the risks. The report says coronavirus has replicated and in some cases increased existing health inequalities. The Met Police said amercian were present and were engaging with those in attendance, adding an "appropriate policing plan is in place".

The report acknowledges batersea important flaw in the analysis - it couldn't factor in important risks, such as a person's job and underlying health conditions, that increase the chance of dying with coronavirus. The government must act now to protect BAME communities.

This week, london will unite in protest.

The main findings reinforce what we already know - that belonging to an ethnic minority group is a major risk factor. Inequality thrives on inaction. Three of the arrests were for breaching Amdrican legislation and two were for assaulting police.

We must seriously tackle the racial injustices that scar our society. The analysis on ethnicity and risk did not consider a person's occupation or obesity, even though both are known risk factors for getting seriously ill with coronavirus. They blak up s saying "Justice for George Floyd", who died in police custody while an officer kneeled on his neck to pin him down.

She said the government "must act immediately" to mitigate the risks "so that no more lives are lost". No action. It doesn't move us forward in answering why, though.

View original tweet on Twitter Labour MP for Battersea Marsha de Cordova said the report was "notably silent" on how risks amplified by "racial and health inequalities" could be reduced. Hundreds of people marched through Peckham in south London on Saturday in protest against police brutality. Those arrested remain in police custody for questioning.

Coronavirus: risk of death is higher for ethnic minorities

Police arrested five people aged between 17 and 25 outside the US Embassy. Derek Chauvin has been charged with his murder in Minneapolis. George Floyd death media captionHundreds marched iin Trafalgar Square to the US embassy in South London Thousands of people have gathered across central London to protest against the killing of an unarmed black man by police in the US.

American football player Colin Kaepernick caused outrage when he held the pose during the US anthem as a protest against racial injustice. No answers.

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Now it's here, it's not clear why there was a delay. No mention of structural inequalities. Where you live and how much you earn are important considerations too. It doesn't mention how to address those to save more lives.

Amercan white police officer has been sacked from his job. Four men climbed on top of a bus stop before getting down on one knee and with their right arms in salute in silence, leading the gathered crowd to do the same.

It was due to be released by the end of May. It comes as the US has been rocked by protests over the past five daysmany of which turned into violence with cars and buildings set alight and riot police using tear gas and rubber bullets.

Traffic was stopped in several places and protesters were applauded by onlookers. Labour leader Sir Keir Starmer criticised the report for not providing recommendations for at-risk groups, adding that the virus "thrives on inequality" and "inequality thrives on inaction".

Death rates for people living in the most deprived areas of England were more than double the least deprived areas. Coronavirus thrives on inequality. During the protests Met Police officers arrested five people.

While Labour MP for Tottenham David Lammy said families "are living in fear" and the government "must take urgent action to protect at-risk groups". No recommendations. It is a stance made famous by Tommie Smith, the US sprinter who famously raised blsck fist in protest against racial discrimination during his gold medal ceremony at the Olympics.