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Phil Kerpen May 19
Pennsylvania has more COVID deaths over age 100 than under age 45. More deaths over age 95 than under age 60. More deaths over 85 than under 80.
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Phil Kerpen May 19
Replying to @kerpen
Massachusetts has 3,718 deaths age 80+ (62.6%) and just 2,220 under 80. 880 deaths under 70 (14.8%). More than four times as many deaths over 80 as under 70.
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Phil Kerpen May 19
Replying to @kerpen
Connecticut has 2,068 COVID deaths age 80+ (59.6%), 1,447 age 79-80 (41.7%). and 653 under 70 (18.8%). More than three times as many over 80 as under 70. Just 220 (6.3%) under 60. Over nine times as many over 80 as under 60.
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Phil Kerpen May 19
Replying to @kerpen
Only 22% of Michigan cases but 69% of Michigan deaths are 70+. Just 5% under 40. More than eight times as many Michigan COVID deaths over 80 as under 40.
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Phil Kerpen May 19
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Illinois COVID deaths age 80+ (1,960) more than three times as many as under 60 (605).
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Phil Kerpen May 19
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California appears to only have these broad categories. 79% of COVID deaths age 65+
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Phil Kerpen May 19
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National CDC data only runs through May 9, but nursing home deaths have only accelerated since then. They showed 32% of all COVID deaths nationally over age 85 and 59% over age 75. More deaths over age 85 (17,478) than under 65 (10,929).
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Phil Kerpen May 19
Replying to @kerpen
0.1% of COVID deaths nationally under age 25. 2.6% under age 45.
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Phil Kerpen May 19
Replying to @IngrahamAngle
Coming up with on these numbers!
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Phil Kerpen May 20
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Same chart with counts instead of percentages.
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Phil Kerpen May 20
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Seems likely based on this that if the CDC gave us the age 100+ number nationally it would be like Pennsylvania -- higher than the under 45.
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Emma Woodhouse May 20
Replying to @kerpen @CDCgov
Estimated 2017-2018 flu cases, hospitalizations, & deaths for kids 0-17, per
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AMERICA, Not Cancelled. May 20
Replying to @kerpen @AdamBaldwin
So 80% of deaths are 65 and up. 92% are 55 and up, more closer 60 and up. And can prevent and reduce the severity of the virus, even for those over 70. Why are we still staying in?
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Jackson May 20
Replying to @kerpen @MarkChangizi
Are those deaths from COVID or 'possibly with' COVID?
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Phil Kerpen May 20
Replying to @MarkChangizi
CDC definition, deaths among COVID cases from any cause
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BMoPawPaw May 20
Replying to @kerpen
CDC - children should not share any items with other classmates Also CDC - touching a surface or object is not one of the main ways COVID is spread These clowns have no idea - they are winging it
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Nick Johanson May 21
Replying to @BMoPawPaw1 @kerpen
Agreed! 👆
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Ben Obi May 20
Replying to @kerpen @AdamBaldwin
For under 15s the flu is almost 8 times more deadly than the coronavirus, according to those statistics.
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George May 20
Replying to @kerpen @Shem_Infinite
Good to know this information
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