Research highlight: Working together to examine why BAME populations in developed countries are severely affected by COVID-19

Dr Michelle King-Okoye, IGDORE.
The current study focuses on developed countries: USA, UK, Canada, Europe and Australia through multiple research collaborations. Image: Puwadol Jaturawutthichai/Shutterstock.com
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