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Table 3 Age standardised mortality rates (ASMRs) of death involving COVID-19 per 100,000 population, stratified by sex and ethnic group

From: Ethnic differences in COVID-19 mortality during the first two waves of the Coronavirus Pandemic: a nationwide cohort study of 29 million adults in England

  Wave 1 (24th Jan 2020–31st Aug 2020) Wave 2 (1st Sep 2020–28th Dec 2020)
  Women Men Women Men
Bangladeshi 153.9 (112.1–204.6) 378.2 (307.0–449.3) 127.1 (91.1–171.3) 318.7 (247.4–390.1)
Black African 174.1 (137.6–210.5) 402.5 (341.6–463.4) 32.0 (17.6–51.6) 79.7 (45.0–124.2)
Black Caribbean 146.2 (127.1–165.2) 348.2 (314.1–382.4) 35.6 (26.9–46.1) 79.7 (63.3–98.7)
Chinese 82.9 (57.3–115.6) 155.6 (116.4–202.9) 44.0 (24.9–71.6) 43.7 (24.9–70.8)
Indian 120.3 (106.7–133.9) 236.9 (216.6–257.3) 64.6 (54.5–74.6) 124.2 (109.0–139.3)
Mixed 99.6 (76.8–126.6) 220.4 (179.2–261.6) 48.2 (32.6–68.4) 75.0 (52.0–103.9)
Other 124.0 (106.5–141.6) 246.4 (219.6–273.3) 52.5 (41.1–66.1) 83.3 (65.9–100.7)
Pakistani 157.1 (133.0–181.2) 281.7 (249.7–313.7) 166.8 (141.7–191.9) 339.9 (303.7–376.2)
White British 65.1 (63.8–66.3) 119.1 (117.1–121.1) 42.6 (41.5–43.6) 77.8 (76.1–79.4)
White other 66.4 (60.2–72.7) 155.0 (142.7–167.3) 28.3 (24.1–32.5) 65.2 (57.0–73.5)
  1. The ASMRs were standardised to the 2013 European Standardised population. 95% confidence intervals of the ASMRs in parentheses