Ok, boomer?

Ok, boomer?

New C.D.C. data showed that nearly 40 percent of patients sick enough to
be hospitalized were aged 20 to 54.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/0... 

The report, issued Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, found that — as in other countries — the oldest patients had
the greatest likelihood of dying and of being hospitalized. But of the
508 patients known to have been hospitalized, 38 percent were notably
younger — between 20 and 54. And nearly half of the 121 patients who
were admitted to intensive care units were adults under 65, the C.D.C.
reported.

жена говорит первый пациент в KY была 30-someting-летняя

лежала под вентилятором, занимала место

Re: Ok, boomer?

On 3/18/2020 22:47, 999Vulcan wrote:

New C.D.C. data showed that nearly 40 percent of patients sick enough to
be hospitalized were aged 20 to 54.

https://www.nytimes.com/2020/0... 

The report, issued Wednesday by the Centers for Disease Control and
Prevention, found that — as in other countries — the oldest patients had
the greatest likelihood of dying and of being hospitalized. But of the
508 patients known to have been hospitalized, 38 percent were notably
younger — between 20 and 54. And nearly half of the 121 patients who
were admitted to intensive care units were adults under 65, the C.D.C.
reported.

жена говорит первый пациент в KY была 30-someting-летняя

лежала под вентилятором, занимала место



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