BAME deaths not only due to underlying health issues

THE world's largest study on death due to Covid-19 has found that people of Asian and Black ethnic origin are at a higher risk – but, contrary to prior speculation, this is only partially attributable to pre-existing clinical risk factors or deprivation.

Need health advice? Don’t delay!

LIVERPOOL readers are being advised not to delay getting help for any health issues they might have, and to continue using services such as cancer screening and care, maternity appointments and mental health support.

Study’s blueprint for getting out of lockdown

RELAXING stay-at-home orders and allowing some types of non-essential businesses such as shops to reopen are the lowest risk measures to get the UK and other European countries out of lockdown – according to research from the University of East Anglia.

Philanthropist Steve pledges £1 MILLION a week to charities hit by coronavirus

PHILANTHROPIST Steve Morgan CBE is pledging £1m a week to charities to help some of the most vulnerable sectors of society cope with coronavirus – and he’s calling on others to follow suit.

CORONAVIRUS: Info at your fingertips

AN online portal and dedicated social media feeds about coronavirus have been set up by Liverpool City Council and local health chiefs.

Print issue falls victim to coronavirus

CORONAVIRUS has caused us to temporarily cease printing your FREE All Together NOW! newspaper. However, we're exploring all ways to get the paper back into circulation as fast as we possibly can. Watch this space ...

How we can help vulnerable people

UNITED UTILITIES want to help more vulnerable/disabled/older people. By signing up to the company’s FREE Priority Services register customers will be guaranteed additional support.

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