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The review will examine why The Virus seems to disproportionately impact those from minority ethnic groups.
The government has also commissioned an investigation into the matter.
This is despite only 14% of people in England and Wales, members of Ethnic Minorities , according to the census of 2011.
The virtual launch of Labour's review on Friday will be attended by Baroness Lawrence, Sir Keir and Labour's shadow Secretary of state for women and equality, Marsha de Cordova.
Other participants included the Muslim Council of Britain Secretary-General Harun Khan, Operation Black Vote director, Mr Simon Woolley , the Royal College of Nursing Vice-President Yvonne Coghill and the Sikh network Jas Khatkar.'Tragic pattern'
Sir Keir Said it was "very" to see the "disproportionate great," coronavirus on black, Asian and ethnic minority communities.
"There is a clear and tragic patterns of the pandemic, the impact on those municipalities, which must be better understood. "Analysis
From Rianna Croxford, Community Affairs Correspondent
This is a complex issue that cannot be reduced to a single answer. Although it is too early to draw conclusions, Said the researchers, the pandemic is the disclosure of the existing health and social inequalities.
Underlying health conditions such as diabetes and hypertension are more common in black and Asian communities, the over-representation of families living in poverty and crowded housing.
the people from these backgrounds are also more likely to be in precarious work or in the employee at the Front as the key people, set to catch a greater risk of The Virus .
geography is a key factor, as the majority of the coronavirus cases were in different cities like London, a higher proportion of Ethnic Minorities compared to the rest of the UK.
in The Last few weeks, some of the families concerns have not expressed that their families were considered "priorities", the emergency services.
the Talk about the government, the review Said at a Downing Street press briefing, Professor Chris Whitty , the UK's Chief Medical Adviser, Said : "It is absolutely important that we find out which groups are most At Risk , so we can help protect you. "