COVID-19

COVID-19

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Insights & Information

COVID-19 Prevalence

The prevalence of COVID-19 is constantly changing as it spreads throughout the world. We'd recommend this site to see global, country-wide and regional estimates.

The countries with the greatest proportion of individuals with increased risk of severe COVID-19 are those with older populations, African countries with high HIV/AIDS prevalence and small island nations with high diabetes prevalence. [1]

Genetics

Right now, because COVID-19 is such a new disease, the effect that genetics has on its severity is not yet known. We cover updates on this topic, like The emerging role of genetics and blood type in COVID-19 in our blog.

Main Symptoms

High temperature
Continuous cough
Loss or change to sense of smell or taste

Most people with coronavirus have at least one of these symptoms, though many others have also been reported. [2]

Impacts

It is estimated that (6%) of men are at a high risk of severe COVID-19, compared to (3%) of women. [3]

It is estimated that 22% of the global population has at least one underlying condition that puts them at an increased risk of severe COVID-19 if they become infected with the virus. [4]

Resources for advice

These are the best resources we've found so far on managing and learning about COVID-19 . Please let us know if you have other and we'll add them to the list!

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