Across the US, 2,6% of all COVID deaths are of people under the age of 45.
In Massachusetts, only 14,8% of deaths are under the age of 70.
In Minnesota, 81% of all COVID deaths are in nursing homes.
In Connecticut, 6,3% are under 60 and 18,8% are under 70.
In PA, there are more deaths over the age of 95 than under the age of 60.
Worldwide, there are more deaths over the age 100 than under the age 30. Obviously, the number of people over the age 100 is massively lower than that of the under-thirties.
But let’s definitely battle the virus by keeping schools closed and nursing homes open.
Also, if we took these 5 trillion in COVID handouts money and used them to put every nursing home patient in the Four Seasons, that would have been a more effective use of the money. It’s how the PA health secretary saved her elderly mom, after all.