COVID-19 MOST AFFECTED AGE GROUPS AND LETHALITY IN EUROPE

Authors

  • Abduladheem Turki jalil Grodno state university

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v2iSP1.51

Keywords:

COVID-19, EUROPE, Epidemic, patients, Lethality

Abstract

Introduction: The outbreak of a novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19; previously known as 2019-nCoV) was the beginning of one of the largest and most critical COVID-19 clusters in the world since late December 2019. Despite intensive prevention measures, the epidemic tends to propagate and the number of patients infected is growing. The case-fatality incidence was very high and is driven by very elderly people. Methods: in this study, we collected data from the (Covidgraph.com) database as the number of infection cases in the world reached 2736188 infections and the number of recovery cases reached 751805 and the number of deaths reached 191423.Results: it turns out that the virus infects older people and the older a person is, the higher the chance of infection with the virus. Results from this analysis the mean age of death is 78 years. Data from 106,399 cases and 12,550 deaths in Italy, to 2 April. In Spain, they are based on 7 April, 88,144 cases, and 3,479 deaths. There were less than 80 deaths in patients younger than 50 years of age. Conclusion: Coronavirus is a global epidemic, and it's hard to control, and it's not enough to prevent people from spreading the virus. The age groups most vulnerable to lethality are shown in this paper, in Italy, the virus destroys people over 75 years of age, In Spain, however, the virus destroys people aged over 85 Taking into account numerous comorbidities, including psychiatric, cerebrovascular, endocrine, metabolic, and respiratory disorders.

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Published

2020-06-01

How to Cite

jalil, A. T. (2020). COVID-19 MOST AFFECTED AGE GROUPS AND LETHALITY IN EUROPE. Global Journal of Public Health Medicine, 2(SP1), 179-184. https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v2iSP1.51

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