Covid: Black leaders blame lower vaccine take-up on racism

By | May 6, 2021

As time has gone on, the fear of being a guinea pig has lessened, said Evelyn Akoto, public health leader for the London borough of Southwark, which has one of the biggest black communities in the country. So many people in the wider population have been vaccinated, that it has become clear no single group is a target.

BBC News – Health

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