In 2017-2019 it was estimated 5.2% of the population in Wales identify themselves as non-White with the largest number, 74,500, identifying as Asian (StatsWales, 2020). Ethnic minority groups as a whole are more likely to report ill-health, and ill-health starts at a younger age than in the White British.

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