8,077 people were diagnosed with a COVID-19 infection in the UK according to latest data — 422 of them have died.
Eight Britons have tested positive for the new strain which has been named Covid-19 by the World Health Organisation.
The apology refers to "conscious and unconscious racism" suffered by Anglican ethnic minorities.
A slight division emerged after the statement created objection from certain social figures.
The statement was issued as a response for civil partnerships' availability for heterosexual people.
The Church of England is training staff to overcome male bias in a bid to ensure that, by 2030, half of its leaders are female