Covid Is Killing Mainly People Over 50 Years Old In Alaska

State Showed 28 Covid Deaths In Alaska March 2nd, 2022   96% Of The Dead Were Over 50 Years Old  COVID IS DISPROPORTIONATELY KILLING THOSE O...

State Showed 28 Covid Deaths In Alaska March 2nd, 2022  

96% Of The Dead Were Over 50 Years Old 


COVID IS DISPROPORTIONATELY KILLING THOSE OVER 50 

The word on the street (and on the web) is that Omicron isn't as dangerous as prior Covid strains. But it's deadly for  older Americans who are dying in disproportionately high numbers, not just nationally, but also in Alaska. 

UPDATE: On March 2nd, 28 Alaska residents were listed as having died of Covid. All but one (or 96%) were over 50 years old. 

On February 16th, the state of Alaska listed the ages of 27 Alaskans who had recently died of Covid, with 24 of the dead (89%) over 60 years oldThe age breakdown for Alaskan deaths in the last week was as follows:
STATE BREAKDOWN, FEBRUARY 16TH, 2022 
1 person in their 20s
2 people in their 50s
8 people in their 60s
6 people in their 70s
10 people in their 80s

 Nationally, statistics show 1 in every 100 older Americans has died of COVID since the pandemic began. People over 65 account for around 3/4 of the COVID deaths in the U.S.

 

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