#SouthKorea appears to be following the same rate as #China did.
To date (March 13th) they have 230,707 completed #coronavirus tests, 222,728 NEGATIVE, that is 96.5%!!!
Byage, 78.4% of 7,979 infections are under the age of 60 yet they account for just 11% of fatalities. pic.twitter.com/g0tL6NinuP
Coronavirus - Age Data
Risk of dying byage group if infected.
80+ years old - 14.8%
70-79 years old - 8.0%
60-69 years old - 3.6%
50-59 years old - 1.3%
40-49 years old - 0.4%
30-39 years old - 0.2%
20-29 years old - 0.2%
10-19 years old - 0.2%
0-9 years old - no fatalities
People < 60 should not be complacent. If you project % infected & fatalitiesbyage group using Report of the Who-China joint mission on coronavirus 2019 & U.S. population byage group, 27% of fatalities (total 179,000) would be < 60.Everyone should be very careful! @TheStoryFNC
#Michigan#coronavirus cases and fatalitiesby county, sex and age. The most cases are in the 60-69 yr. age group (here I am!). Kent county is +5 from yesterday, still only one fatal...Ottawa Co. is up just 1 case, Kalamazoo Co. up 2, Jackson Co. doubled from 6 to 12. pic.twitter.com/JRaf48Gkdb
Anyone knows any available data statistics/plot on #COVID19 with:
- fatalitiesbyage range;
- recoveries byage range;
- gender share of both - fatalities and recoveries;
It'd be interesting to see this.
Super late but finally saw "Matt Walsh's Coronavirus Takes Did NOT Age Well" clip @SamSeder@majorityfm. Wanted to add that since we take steps to lower driving fatalitiesby regs re: driving age, license reqs, laws re: drunk driving, speeding, etc, we obviously should for COVID.