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DeanFantazzini Feb 24 shared via Twitter
Age of the people who died of coronavirus in Italy so far (24/02/2020): 78, 77, 68, 84 Note that the fatality rate by age published by CDC China based on ~72000 cases increases exponentially with the age

coronavirus911 Feb 26 shared via Twitter

shb3arifni Feb 22 shared via Twitter
Some statistics about Fatality rate by age. Fatality rate by sex. Fatality rate by comorbidity عنجد

ScottGottliebMD Mar 2 shared via Twitter
Research team compares case fatality rate, by age, of versus seasonal flu and pandemic 2018 flu. With all the caveats about challenges of comparing outcomes across different time periods, healthcare systems, etc. the analysis nonetheless provides important insights.

haydeelugo Feb 29 shared via Twitter
🦠 Coronavirus Fatality Rate by Age, by Sex and by Comorbidities... Data provided by Chinese CDC including cases up to February 17,2020.

GreekAnalyst Mar 18
Coronavirus case-fatality rate by age segment Data from South Korea, China, and Italy. (via )

thomjeff Mar 5
stats: fatality rate by age (higher for 60+) & comorbidity (pre-existing cardiovascular, diabetes, respiratory, hypertension). I think about NB demographics ~ 20% of pop 65+ and I’m sure high rates for the comorbities listed.

coldplague Mar 6

📌 Coronavirus This chart shows the breakdowns of coronavirus fatality rate by age 👉 h/t

scooperhoops Mar 17
Probably the clearest data I've seen yet on coronavirus hospitalization/fatality rate estimates by age. Been looking for a chart just like this.

jack_turban Mar 18
Estimated fatality rate by age group: Under 15: Negligible 15-44: 0.5% 45-64: 0.5% Over 64: 2.7% Young people shouldn't panic that they are doing to die, but we all need to do our part to keep the virus from spreading.

Fatality rate distribution by age of the 2020 coronavirus and the 1918 Spanish flu: Coronavirus kills only the old, while Spanish flu also killed infants and people in prime age

ValaAfshar Mar 14
Study: elderly most at risk from coronavirus (fatality rate by age): 10-19: 0.2% 20-29: 0.2% 30-39: 0.2% 40-49: 0.4% 50-59: 1.3% 60-69: 3.6% 70-79: 8.0% 80+: 14.8%

DrDenaGrayson Feb 18
From this study of patients in : the overall case-fatality rate of 2.3% increases dramatically by age starting at 50+ years old (1.3%) to nearly 15% for 80+ yo patients with .😳 Link to full report posted by 👉🏼

xizzhu 8 hours ago
Latest fatality rate from CDC by age (symptomatic case): 0-49: 0.05% 50-64: 0.2% 65+: 1.3% Overall: 0.4% 35% are estimated to be asymptomatic, meaning overall fatality rate is ~0.26%.

ChickenGate May 24
Case Fatality Rate from the CDC, stratified by age (best estimates as of April 29th): 0-49: 0.0005 (5 in 10,000 or 0.05%) 50-64: 0.002 (2 in 1,000 or 0.2%) 65+: 0.013 (13 per 1,000 or 1.3%)

JoelMiller85 May 21
"The refusal of our government and media to more broadly publicize this information, broken down by age group, is going to accelerate the disproportionate degree of panic."

drhalat Apr 4
Coronavirus: Case fatality rate by age. The elderly are at the greatest risk of dying if infected with this virus.

TimothyImholt Mar 27
Below is a chart from that gives your chances of dying of based on pre-existing conditions. I know it doesn't add to 100, that's ok in this case it didn't track every condition. Also a chart of fatality rate by age.

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