Coronavirus By the Numbers – 83% of Affected Countries Have Death Rates of Infected Persons Less than 1%

Tuesday, March 10, 2020
By Paul Martin

by Joe Hoft
March 10, 2020

According to the most recent data at Worldometer tracking website, the coronavirus mortality rates for individuals catching the virus are declining at a rate closer to the numbers we expect to see in a typical flu virus as the denominator continues to increase on a global scale.

According to the most recent data the mortality rate for those infected with the coronavirus is getting closer to what you would expect from a normal flu virus and in many cases is less.

The elderly are hit the hardest by the coronavirus and this is similar to the flu where 90% of the deaths come from individuals age 65 and over.

According to the US Surgeon General Jerome Adams the average age of death of the coronavirus is 80-year-olds:

The death rate for the coronavirus appears similar to the flu as the death rates are highest among the elderly:

“The death rate soars to 14.8% in those 80 and older; among those ages 70 to 79, the COVID-19 death rate in China seems to be about 8%; it’s 3.6% for those ages 60 to 69; 1.3% for 50 to 59; 0.4% for the age group 40 to 49; and just 0.2% for people ages 10 to 39. No deaths in children under 9 have been reported.

There are no recorded coronavirus deaths of infants up to 10 years of age according to the worldometer website as well, where the data below comes from.


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