Members of multicultural communities more likely to miss out on important health information because they're not engaged with public health messages.(ABC News: Gemma Hall)ShareFacebookTwitterArticle share optionsShare this onFacebookTwitterLinkedInSend this byEmailMessengerCopy linkWhatsAppPrint contentPrint with images and other mediaPrint text onlyPrintCancelWhen the Opposition last week called on the Government to hand over $500,000 worth of grants to multicultural community leaders to break down communication barriers during the coronavirus pandemic, the Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge was quick to dismiss the link between race and COVID-19."This has nothing to do with ethnicity and it is wrong for Labor to suggest this," he said in a statement."We've had outbreaks on cruise ships, from weddings in the Barossa and people returning from Aspen."None of these involved multicultural communities."Tudge is right to point out that coronavirus doesn't discriminate. Acting Immigration Minister Alan Tudge was quick to dismiss the link between race and COVID-19.(ABC News: Nick Haggarty)And?his comments are perhaps an?attempt to?shield?multicultural?communities from?racist?attacks.Coronavirus has impacted a wide range of communities,
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