Lockdown saw fewer BAME people attending EDs
Overall attendance fell, but figures lower in minority ethnic groups
People from black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) backgrounds were less likely than white people to attend emergency departments (EDs) during the first national lockdown, a study shows.
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