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  • Reynolds
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    • Oct 2018
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    Virus Affects 'Mostly Older With Infirmity In Spain' - But That Too May Be An Excuse


    MEDIA COVID-19 LIES COLLAPSE



    Because Spain holds the record for human longevity the nation is home to more aged folk than any others, except Japan. Italy too has an exceptionally old population. With more than 40,000 cases and nearly 3,000 deaths, the profile of the people who are dying from the Covid-19 disease is now clearer. The most common victim is male, above the age of 80 and with previous health conditions, in particular, heart-related. That’s according to a report from the Carlos III Health Institute (ISCIII), which analysed 16,000 coronavirus cases, among which there were 566 deaths.
    The problem as I see it, is decades of creeping immigration (with genetic differences) from the Middle East and Africa pouring into Spain and Italy, supported by their Far-Left governments

    All the evidence so far is pointing to the influence of previous illnesses when it comes to mortality rates. This was explained on Monday by Fernando Simón, director of the Health Ministry’s Coordination Centre for Health Alerts, and one of the government’s most visible faces in Spain during the on-going coronavirus crisis. “The illness affects certain risk groups more: those with high blood pressure, people with respiratory problems, diabetics, they all have higher mortality rates,” he explained. According to the study, 74% of coronavirus patients who died or who required intensive care had some kind of the previous condition.

    This theory is also supported by María del Mar Tomás, the spokesperson for the Spanish Society of Infectious Diseases and Clinical Microbiology , who adds that genetic factors that we don’t yet know about could also be playing a role. “The fatality rates are closely associated to age and comorbidities, and in Spain, older men have a lot more of these,” he explains. In the cases analysed by the ISCIII, whose sample differs from the last report from the Health Ministry, 74% of coronavirus patients who died or who required intensive care had some kind of previous condition: The report also underlines the key factor of age: nearly 90% of those who died were over the age of 70 (68.9% 80 or over). Read more ...

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