Updated as of 6-26-20
- The CDC recently revised its death rate estimate down to just 0.4 percent.
- One percent of counties in the country account for more than half of all Covid-19 deaths nationally.
- Ten percent of counties account for more than 90 percent of all deaths.
- Roughly 40 percent of the counties in the country haven’t experienced a single coronavirus death.
- 42 percent of all coronavirus deaths have come in nursing homes.
- In many states, nursing homes and assisted living facilities account for far more than half of all deaths—81 percent in Minnesota and 70 percent in Ohio.
- More than 80 percent of all Covid-19 deaths are among those over 65 years old.
- Those aged under 55 account for just seven percent of all Covid-19 deaths.
- If you are 34 years old or younger, your probability of dying from Covid-19 as of June 3rd was 0.0005 percent.
- The overwhelming majority of deaths are among those with at least one other underlying medical condition. For 7% of the deaths, Covid-19 was the only cause mentioned.
- Daily Florida deaths continue to fall—dropping from 51 per day to 34 per day over the last month, according to the 7-day moving average
- A sizeable portion of Arizona cases have occurred on Indian reservations.
- Most ICU admissions—in some cases 75 percent or more—aren’t Covid-related.
- The resumption of elective—yet vital—surgeries is contributing to increased ICU-utilization rates around the country.
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