Warrington Worldwide, 17th December – Warrington’s Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities are being urged to take part in new health research as the COVID-19 vaccination programme starts to roll out. The new study, which is being carried out by the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership, is in response to data showing that ethnic communities are disproportionately affected by the virus.
Cumnock Chronicle, 17th December – Understanding issues within minority ethnic communities will be “absolutely vital” to the rollout of the coronavirus vaccine, a GP has said as a study into vaccine attitudes is launched.
Liverpool Echo, 17th December – The Liverpool City Region’s ethnic minority residents are being urged to take part in a major study on the impact of Covid-19 and attitudes towards vaccination. The study, which is being carried out by the Cheshire and Merseyside Health and Care Partnership, aims to improve responses to Covid-19 by better understanding the experience of black, asian and minority ethnic communities during the pandemic.
Warrington Guardian, 18th December – A major new study has been launched in Warrington to understand the impact of coronavirus among black, Asian and minority ethnic communities. As the rollout of the Covid-19 vaccine continues, health chiefs are urging minority ethnic groups to take part in the essential research.
Chester Dee Radio, 17th December – A major new study has been launched in Cheshire to understand the impact of COVID-19 among Black, Asian and minority ethnic communities, as well as views about the COVID-19 vaccination.