How Much Chances Are There You Die From Coronavirus? COVID-19 Calculator
Death rates depend on a range of factors like your age and general health, and the care you can access. The elderly and the unwell are more likely to die, if they contract Coronavirus. It’s not just age that determines the risk of infections.
Most cases of most viruses go uncounted because people tend not to visit the doctor with mild symptoms. Death rates also differ between countries as every country use different test kits, capacity and rules for the virus.
All of these factors change over time. Patients who reported no pre-existing medical conditions had a case fatality rate of 0.9%. Pre-existing illnesses that put patients at higher risk of dying from Coronavirus.
Can Coronavirus Attack Again?
Yes! Most people get coronavirus infection at least once in their lives. Young individuals are more likely to come in contact with Coronavirus. This infection can attack people more then once in lifetime.
Unfortunately, there is no specific treatment of Coronavirus infection. So treatment of Coronavirus includes taking care of patient, supportive medication, bed rest and avoid overexertion. Drink plenty of water. Remain away from smoky areas and do not smoke. Take brufen and paracetamol to reduce pain and fever.
How Can I Prevent Myself From Coronavirus?
To prevent Coronavirus infection, stay in bedroom and take rest during appearance of symptoms. Don’t make close contact with affected persons. During sneezing and coughing, the covering of nose and mouth with a handkerchief or tissue can stop the spread of infection. Discard any used handkerchief or tissue, keep yourself clean and maintain hygiene around the living area.
The creator of the Coronavirus Calculator Ben Albahari, a software developer living in London.
He said, Risk should be expressed as a number, not a feeling. It needs to be personalized, as not everyone has the same risk.
Smoking Can Cause Coronavirus?
It must be taken into account that smoking in China is much more prevalent among general public. Smoking increases the risks of respiratory complications.
Age of Coronavirus Deaths
Coronavirus Death Rate by AGE:
|80+ years old||21.9%|
|70-79 years old||8.0%|
|60-69 years old||3.6%|
|50-59 years old||1.3%|
|40-49 years old||0.4%|
|30-39 years old||0.2%|
|20-29 years old||0.2%|
|10-19 years old||0.2%|
|0-9 years old||No Fatalities|
Coronavirus Death Rate by Male/Female:
|GENDER||CONFIRMED DEATH||ALL CASES DEATH RATE|
Pre-existing Medical Conditions
|PRE-EXISTING CONDITION||CONFIRMED DEATH CASES||DEATH CHANCES|
|Chronic respiratory disease||8.0%||6.3%|
|no pre-existing conditions||0.9%|
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