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Gemany age/gender distribution

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    Posted: May 25 2020 at 1:55am

Originally posted by "BBC Live News "BBC Live News wrote:

Of all of Germany's cases, 52% were female and 48% were male. Only 2% were children under 10. Germany's widespread testing means that many with very mild or no symptoms are included in the data. 

If broken down by cases per 100,000 people in each age group (see below), people above 80 are by far the ones most at risk of infection, data from Germany's Robert Koch Institute shows

I notice that, unlike earlier reports, the gender breakdown shows more women being infected than men. That is not too much help for me, as I am in one of the age brackets where men are harder hit.

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