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Younger are much less likely to die of COVID than elderly (posters) - Nov 2021

Shareable COVID-19 Anti-Panic Posters Justin Hart Nov 21, 2021

Using information from the iii.org we were able to piece together comparable risks of dying of COVID vs other risks.

The entire purpose of these posters is to put to rest the outrageous fears which have gripped the world over a moderate to low pandemic disease.

One of our all-time favorites. Mortality risk analysis by Prof. I last year.


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Obese men dominate the mortality tables for COVID-19. Women fare much better.


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This one is more controversial… but looking at the mortality tables anything under 45 is almost unmeasurable. Of late, things have gotten worse for this age group in the all-cause mortality waves - but that has more to do with lockdowns than anything else as I see it.


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Once you get down under 20 the chances of dying of COVID are a 1000x less than an 80 year old.


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Since the course of the pandemic about 400 children under the age of 16 have died of COVID. During that same time period about 56K children have died of other causes.


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This one we did on the style of an OSHA campaign. Legit, for every 20 years under the median age of death (80) your risk drops 10x. So if you’re 40 it drops 100x and if you’re 20 it drops 1000x compared to the risk that an 80 year old faces.



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