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Those above 60 account for 50% of Covid deaths: Data

IndiaTimes Wednesday, 5 August 2020
Even as deaths due to Covid-19 continue to be higher in the elderly with those above 60 accounting for 50% of total mortalities, those in the relatively younger age band of 45-60 years are also appearing increasingly vulnerable — accounting for 37% of fatalities.
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