Research and analysis

COVID-19: review of disparities in risks and outcomes

Review into how different factors have affected COVID-19 risk and outcomes.

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COVID-19: review of disparities in risks and outcomes

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COVID-19: review of disparities in risks and outcomes (data pack)

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This is a descriptive review of surveillance data on disparities in the risk and outcomes from COVID-19. The review looked at different factors including:

  • age and sex
  • where people live
  • deprivation
  • ethnicity
  • people’s occupation
  • care home residence

The review’s findings are based on the latest surveillance data available to PHE and from links to wider health data sets.

The findings help improve our understanding of the COVID-19 pandemic and will help guide the future public health response to it.

Published 2 June 2020