The Prince of Wales will speak at an online conference hosted by the British Asian Trust, where he is a founding assistant. The heir to the throne was confirmed positively for Covid in March last year and months later said he had “gotten rid of him very lightly”.
Last week Clarence House announced that Charles, 72, and Camilla, 73, had received the first dose of the vaccine.
Both are in the 70 and over age group who are being urged to step forward to be circulated.
More than 14.5 million people in the UK have received their first dose of the injection, according to Government statistics.
However, there is a wide gap between the number of white people receiving the vaccine compared to their minority ethnic peers.
And experts believe that myths fuel vaccine suspicions among ethnic minorities, who half accept the number of white people.
This has raised concerns that the UK’s most diverse cities will take longer to come out of gray locks than the rest of the country.
There are also fears that more remote activists could use the distinction to avoid racial tension.
On Thursday Charles will join a campaign to eradicate propaganda, along with vaccination minister Nadhim Zahawi.
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Charles has good relations with ethnic minorities and is especially well respected.
He will tell guests at Thursday’s seminar that he has been left “saddened” by the slow pace of ethnic minorities coming forward for vaccinations.
The prince will tell attendees that the UK has reached a “terrible milestone with the deaths of 100,000 people.
He says: “It is clear that the virus has affected all parts of the country, and all sections of society – but it is also clear that certain sections of society face particular challenges. especially in some minority ethnic communities.
“What saddens me to hear is that these challenges are exacerbated by changing vaccines, which ultimately give us a way out of suffering. last year. “
The event will be broadcast live to many Muslim television channels in an effort to reach some 2.5 million followers of Islam in the UK.
Attendees will include the head of the Serum Institute of India, who has mass-produced the Oxford / AstraZeneca injection.
Leading black and Asian doctors will also appear.
On Saturday the UK Covid death toll rose 621 and a further 13,308 diseases were reported.