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A new study shows the average health of some 60-year-olds from ethnic minority backgrounds is similar to a white British 80-year-old. Chair of the British Medical Association Dr Chaand Nagpaul says 'it's time to address this issue head on'. Read more:

The NHS is "failing" people from some ethnic minority backgrounds, according to the most extensive study of the issue in England. Join chair of @TheBMA , Dr Chaand Nagpaul, on Sky News at 8.05 to discuss this. 📺 Sky 501 / Freeview 233 📱 Watch live:

'No other nation has adopted' 12-week approach to Pfizer vaccine dose gap.' BMA Council chair, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, wants an answer as to why the gap between doses exceeds Pfizer's recommendation. Get the latest on #COVID19 :

'No other nation has adopted' 12-week approach to Pfizer vaccine dose gap.' BMA Council chair, Dr Chaand Nagpaul, wants an answer as to why the gap between doses exceeds Pfizer's recommendation. Read more here:

'We know there is evidence for giving the second dose for up to six weeks.' Dr Chaand Nagpaul explains why @TheBMA  have written to England's CMO Chris Whitty over the 12 week gap between the first and second dose of the Pfizer vaccine. Read more:

BMA chair Dr Chaand Nagpaul warns that the NHS is understaffed by around 80,000 as it gears up to fight a new wave of Covid-19 in the new year. @mattfrei  | @CNagpaul 

"It's very hard at the moment to make predictions" Dr Chaand Nagpaul from the British Medical Association tells #BBCBreakfast  it's too soon to make decisions about any easing of restrictions over Christmas.

"It's very hard at the moment to make predictions" Dr Chaand Nagpaul from the British Medical Association tells #BBCBreakfast  it's too soon to make decisions about any easing of restrictions over Christmas.

Dr Chaand Nagpaul sends his message to the government about how they can support ethnic minorities during the pandemic

The BMA's Dr Chaand Nagpaul told LBC they want people to wear face masks in the office because people “let down their guard” at work

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The chairman of the British Medical Association DrChaand Nagpaul says that wearing face masks is “extremely important” explaining that they prevent “about 80 percent of virus spreading from one person to the other”. #KayBurley :

'Should schools open or not on June 1?' - @susannareid100  Dr Chaand Nagpaul, chair of the BMS, says there needs to be a low infection rate in the community before schools can open. If the infection rates are high, there could be a risk of a second spike. #GMB 

Dr Chaand Nagpaul from the British Medical Association says the scheme for testing key workers for Covid-19 is “not working in the way the government intended”, adding there is a “mismatch between capacity and demand”

"The one thing the government owes us is the equipment to prevent us becoming infected." Dr Chaand Nagpaul says it's "inexcusable" if medical workers do not have the correct protective equipment as they tackle the #coronavirus  pandemic. #COVID19  latest:

"I'm getting messages from doctors still saying that there are shortages or they are having to ration equipment." @TheBMA 's Dr Chaand Nagpaul says we need to ensure that health workers have enough personal protective equipment. #KayBurley  #COVID19 :

British Medical Association Council ChairDr Chaand Nagpaul has told Sky News the NHS has "about a quarter of critical care beds that Germany has" and it is "important that we now see transparently what plans the Government has to expand that capacity"

You can't trust Boris Johnson with our NHS. "Under this Government's watch, patients and staff working in the NHS have endured winter after winter of overcrowded emergency departments, long delays and pitifully low staffing levels."- Dr Chaand Nagpaul

Doctors have warned that winter pressures on hospitals in England are likely to extend into the summer. Dr Chaand Nagpaul, chairman of , told us he expected to "see a year-round crisis in the NHS" #r4today 

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