GCS: Average age of patients with COVID-19 is 41; 69pct aged 19-50

Of the 367 persons diagnosed with the novel coronavirus, patients between 19 and 50 years old represent 69 pct of cases, those aged 51-70 represent 23 pct, and those aged over 70 - 3 pct, the Strategic Communication Group informed. Furthermore, 4 pct are minors, 51 pct are women, and 45 pct are men, according to the quoted source. The average age of the patients is 41. According to the GCS, 7 patients (2 pct) are aged 0-9, 14 patients (4 pct) are aged 10-19, 51 patients (14 pct) are aged 20-29, 94 patients (26 pct) are aged 30-39, 96 patients (26 pct) are aged 40-49. Moreover, 67 patients (18 pct) are aged 50-59, 22 patients (6 pct) are aged 60-69, 15 patients (4 pct) are aged 70-79 and one patient is over 80 years old. AGERPRES (RO - author: Roberto Stan, editor: Catalina Matei; EN - editor: Rodica State)

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