COVID-19 — Who is at the greatest risk?

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  1. Socio-economically deprived areas
  2. Non-white ethnicity
  3. Morbid obesity
  4. Impaired kidney function

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Dr Walker is an expert in the field of preventative cardiology and has published seven books. He gives lectures nationally and internationally.

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Dr Ross Walker

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Dr Walker is an expert in the field of preventative cardiology and has published seven books. He gives lectures nationally and internationally.

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