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British Bangladeshi group highest vaccine uptake in London

The British government published Covid-19 Disparities Report on 3 December 2021. 

It states the following: 'The Bangladeshi group was the only ethnic group...the highest rate of vaccine uptake at 91.7%'

If you remember that  during the first wave of the pandemic, Black African and Caribbean communities working in health and social were affected due to their occupational risk. 

During the second wave Bangladeshi and Pakistani groups were high risk because they were more likely than others to live in multi-generational houses.

We must celebrate such a vaccination among Bangladesh is in London. 


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