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Among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminary statistics, including from a study covering more than 72,000 patients in China.Among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminary statistics, including from a study covering more than 72,000 patients in China.

Coronavirus: Who is most at risk of dying? - Health - The Jakarta Post

The World Health Organization raised its global risk assessment to its top level Friday, with the global health crisis edging closer to a pandemic. Among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminaryThe World Health Organization raised its global risk assessment to its top level Friday, with the global health crisis edging closer to a pandemic. Among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminary

Coronavirus: who is most at risk of dying?

PARIS — As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across more than 60 countries passed 86,000 on Sunday (March 1) with nearly 3,000 deaths to date, the profile of those most at risk of dying is coming into focus, experts told AFP.PARIS — As the number of confirmed coronavirus cases across more than 60 countries passed 86,000 on Sunday (March 1) with nearly 3,000 deaths to date, the profile of those most at risk of dying is coming into focus, experts told AFP.

Covid-19: Who is most at risk of dying?

“Trump says the first U.S. coronavirus death, in Washington state, was a “medically high risk patient in her late 50s””

Seung Min Kim on Twitter: "Trump says the first U.S. coronavirus death, in Washington state, was a “medically high risk patient in her late 50s”"

“The President says the patient who died from coronavirus in Washington State was medically high risk and in her late 50’s. #coronavirus @cnn”

Dr. Sanjay Gupta on Twitter: "The President says the patient who died from coronavirus in Washington State was medically high risk and in her late 50’s. #coronavirus @cnn"

“Trump reports 22 patients and 1 death in the US related to coronavirus at today’s presser. He referred to the single fatality a woman “medically at risk.””

Kadia Goba on Twitter: "Trump reports 22 patients and 1 death in the US related to coronavirus at today’s presser. He referred to the single fatality a woman “medically at risk.”"

“BREAKING: Summary of #Trump #coronavirus presser: Everyone’s fine. Don’t worry. Unless you’re ‘High Risk’ Like ‘OLD PEOPLE’. Like the victim who died last night - ...Who was in her 50’s. https://t.co/l0uDr9Sqod”

Lisa Ann Walter on Twitter: "BREAKING: Summary of #Trump #coronavirus presser: Everyone’s fine. Don’t worry. Unless you’re ‘High Risk’ Like ‘OLD PEOPLE’. Like the victim who died last night - ...Who was in her 50’s.… https://t.co/muJ91Jlisa"

Among those infected with the virus, older adults with pre-existing heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminary statistics.Among those infected with the virus, older adults with pre-existing heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk, according to preliminary statistics.

Coronavirus: Who is Most at Risk of Dying? A Profile Comes Into Focus

Coronavirus experts say among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk.Among a subset of 44,700 infections confirmed through lab tests as of mid-Feb, more than 80% were at least 60 years old, with half over 70Coronavirus experts say among those infected with the virus, older adults with preexisting heart conditions or hypertension face a sharply higher risk.Among a subset of 44,700 infections confirmed through lab tests as of mid-Feb, more than 80% were at least 60 years old, with half over 70

Coronavirus outbreak: Who is most at risk of dying?