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Violence Against Women
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Violence Against Women
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How should I wash and dry clothes, towels and bed linen, if no one in my household is a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 patient?
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Q: How should I wash fruit and vegetables in the time of #COVID19?
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Talking about COVID-19
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Keep calm and manage stress
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Keeping it positive
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Catch bad behavior
Catch bad behaviour early and redirect your kids' attention from a bad to a good behaviour. Clear, positive instructions get us the behaviour that we want. Swap ‘don’t make a mess’ for ‘please put away your pens’
Structure up
Exercise helps kids with a lot of energy (and adults) to de-stress when we #StayAtHome. Let your child choose the music and have a 10-minute dance! You might even impress them with your moves!
One-on-One Time
Try taking 20 minutes doing something the kids choose – like playing a game or reading - together with them. No phone or TV so you can focus on them. Quality time will make them feel safe and loved.
Stay Positive and Healthy
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aginnt 22 hours ago shared via Twitter
Update on Sweden: - 90% of fatalities over the age of 70 - 3/4ths have been either in nursing homes or at-home care - The spread came from caregivers - Cases from homes have declined by 6X due to new measures

MyCentralJersey May 27 shared via Twitter
The fatalities range in age from 32 to 102, according to the county Department of Health.

MrMiyagann Mar 13 shared via Twitter
appears to be following the same rate as did. To date (March 13th) they have 230,707 completed tests, 222,728 NEGATIVE, that is 96.5%!!! By age, 78.4% of 7,979 infections are under the age of 60 yet they account for just 11% of fatalities.

VeronicaNyce Apr 19 shared via Twitter
Coronavirus Fatalities by Age (data from 4/3/2020) 3% 35 - 44 17% 45 - 64 23% 65 - 74 56% 75+

veganforhealth Mar 4 shared via Twitter
received a long excerpt from a report on the Coronavirus in China. Includes statistics on those infected/ fatalities by age.

ODouglasPrice May 23
Not true. Elderly are at higher risk, but even the young risk dying from the virus. People 18-44 made up over 22% of fatalities in NYC as of 05/03.

BNODesk Jan 22
Officials have released a list of coronavirus fatalities. Breakdown by age: - 80s: 8 - 70s: 2 - 60s: 5 - 50s: 1 - 40s: 1

vankapro Feb 28
Ranking fatalities... By Age....👀👀👇 VankaPro☀️🌊🌊🌊 Here are the fatality rates of coronavirus for every age bracket — and they vary widely

Trent_Horn Apr 7
Stephanie, look at the stats in New York. Out of 4,159 fatalities only 2 people under the age of twenty have died and no one under the age 10 has died. More children will be killed by swimming pools this year then by coronavirus.

dejiimole Mar 8
Coronavirus - Age Data Risk of dying by age 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 & fatalities by age group using Report of the Who-China joint mission on coronavirus 2019 & U.S. population by age group, 27% of fatalities (total 179,000) would be < 60.Everyone should be very careful!

U_GO_VI Apr 7
Please include, if you can, in your situation reports the break down of fatalities by age group and gender, a graph or two would be nice. Thank you.

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bsteffen Mar 25
cases and fatalities by 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.

Anyone knows any available data statistics/plot on with: - fatalities by age range; - recoveries by age range; - symptoms; - gender share of both - fatalities and recoveries; It'd be interesting to see this.

bigk20171 May 27
When will we start reporting death data like this? Age, pre-existing conditions etc? I know in Massachusetts avg death us 82 and avg. age hospitalized 62. They don’t break it out by pre existing conditions

MiamiSprings May 15
COVID-19 FATALITIES BY AGE GROUP Over 500 people have died in Miami-Dade from the Coronavirus. How many people have died over 60 years of age? How many people have died in their 20s? What about kids? See the full report by age group.

page_8965 May 10
Super late but finally saw "Matt Walsh's Coronavirus Takes Did NOT Age Well" clip . Wanted to add that since we take steps to lower driving fatalities by regs re: driving age, license reqs, laws re: drunk driving, speeding, etc, we obviously should for COVID.

autismage May 7
Likewise, - nothing so far. But to add to 's comments, almost 0% of older people's deaths in for the elderly will be incl in the stats of , fatalities, as only a tiny % of that age group ever had an dx

The has been extremely reluctant to release data that would help Granite Staters analyze the risk. For example, has asked whether the rates of hospitalization matches rates of fatalities (see below) by age. They decline to release data.

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