Coronavirus in India is most vulnerable to the teen and youth population of the country. Data-driven by India Today’s Data Intelligence Unit that has concluded based on an analysis of confirmed 1,801 cases of coronavirus in the country.
Statistics Data are showing that the maximum teen and youth population in India is on the radar of Coronavirus. So far, 60% of its people are under 50 years of age.
According to the Statistics data, out of 1,801 confirmed cases, 391 i.e. 22 percent of the patients are living in the age between 30 and 39 years. After this 376 i.e. 21 percent are living in the age between 20 and 29 years old, while 17 percent of the infected people are between 40 to 49 age group.
Dr. Priya Luthra, an influenza virus specialist from New York, stated while discussion COVID-19, “Here we can see how many sudden cases have occurred in India. Globally, the elderly who are over 50 years old. The population is at the most serious risk of getting affected by this disease. Although, COVID-19 infection can happen to anyone. One of the finer points is that the infection can be very mild in a person, where there are no signs or symptoms of the infection, but that person can still be the carrier of this virus and from that person, it can be in another person can reach. Therefore everyone should maintain social distancing and strictly follow the rules of keeping hands clean to control the infection and to prevent worthy life. “
In all the cases that have been reported so far, there is a clear difference in gender as well as age. According to the analysis data, out of 1,801 cases, a mere 27% percent are female while men are a high number at 73%.
In the case of females infected with the COVID-19, utmost are living between the ages of 20 to 29 years. As of April 2, the infection has been confirmed in 110 females of this age group. Experts have warned that in the beginning, mortality may be higher in older people than in young people. But being young does not mean that the person is out of danger or COVID-19 can fail to defame him/her.