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  3. Aug 09, 2021 · Most people who get COVID-19 will survive. Of roughly 35.2 million confirmed COVID-19 cases in the United States, around 614,300 people, or 1.7%, have died, according to Johns Hopkins University’s...

  4. Jul 23, 2021 · In other words, on average, 98.2% of known COVID-19 patients in the U.S. survive. Because the true number of infections is much larger than just the documented cases, the actual survival rate of all COVID-19 infections is even higher than 98.2%. A popular tweet this week, however, used the survival statistic without key context.

  5. Jul 29, 2022 · COVID Data Tracker’s Rates of Laboratory-Confirmed Hospitalizations by Vaccination Status tab was updated to display June 2022 rates of COVID-19-associated hospitalization comparing people who are unvaccinated, people who completed a primary vaccination series, and people with an additional or booster dose. The tab was also updated to include ...

  6. May 05, 2020 · The claim: COVID-19 has a mortality rate of 1-2% (and so people shouldn’t panic). A Facebook meme states COVID-19 has a 98.54% survival rate and characterizes it as “Positive vs. Panic.” COVID-19...

  7. Aug 21, 2020 · For example, to compute 0-18, take 0.000750% and divide by 21.5%. This puts the chance of death for those who got the disease in that age bracket at 0.000750% / 21.5% = 0.0035%. If you keep ...

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  8. Jul 29, 2022 · All rates are relative to the 18 to 29 years age group. This group was selected as the reference group because it has accounted for the largest cumulative number of COVID-19 cases compared to other age groups. Sample interpretation: Compared with ages 18 to 29 years, the rate of death is four times higher in ages 30 to 39 years, and 330 times ...

  9. On average about 98.2% of known COVID-19 patients in the U.S. survive, but each individual’s chance of dying from the virus will vary depending on their age, whether they have an underlying health...

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