The Guardian published an article written by Robert Booth and Caelanin Barr, highlighting black people are four times likely to die from Covid-19 as notified by the Office of National Statistics.
The statistics show figures from England and Wales
found that the difference in the virus's impact was caused not only by pre-existing differences in communities' wealth, health, education and living arrangements.
Men from South Asian backgrounds were also more likely to die from the virus comparing it to white males.
To read more about who have surprisingly not been effected and the reaction from Runnymede Trust, a race equality thinktank, click here.