Thanks to the data published by Public Health France, L’Indépendant invites you to discover the distribution of deaths from Covid in hospitals by age group.
These figures, as of December 3, show 92,507 deaths in hospitals in France since March 2020.
The vast majority of these victims are people aged 60 or over, that is, 94.5%, and 83% are people aged 70 or over.
In detail, the age group most represented among the patients who died from Covid is 80-89 years old. By itself, it accounts for 38% of hospital deaths. The 70 to 79 age group is the second most affected age group. People aged 90 and over complete the “podium.” They are followed by those from 60 to 69 years old, in proportion.
Note that only 5.5% of Sars-Cov-2 deaths during the past 20 months were under the age of 60.
Stable proportions since our last score 3 months ago, with figures as of September 10.
Also read: Covid-19 – 95% of the people who died in the hospital were 60 years or older, find out the distribution of deaths by age group
The interactive graph below allows you to better visualize this distribution of deaths.
However, since they are almost invisible there, keep in mind that children from 0 to 9 years old and those from 10 to 19 years old only represent 0.01% and 0.02% of the deceased Covid, respectively, that is, 13 and 15 deaths. Only 0.1% of deaths occurred in the age group 20-29 years (101) and 0.37% in the age group 30-39 years (345).
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