On the 9th, the number of deaths from the new coronavirus infection (Corona 19) in Korea increased by 19 to 1,100.
There were 409 patients with gastric/severe disease, and 400 patients were on the fourth day. It is the second highest number after the 6th, which recorded a record high of 411.
According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (Bangdaebon), the number of deaths increased by 19 as of 0 o’clock on the 9th to 1,100 in total.
The fatality rate, which represents the ratio of deaths to all confirmed cases, was 1.62%, a 0.02 percentage point higher than the previous day (1.60%).
The number of new confirmed cases is gradually decreasing to 1020 on the 4th, 714 on the 5th, 838 on the 6th, 869 on the 7th, 674 on the 8th, and 641 on the 9th, but the number of deaths has increased again.
During the same period, 19 people died on the 4th, 26 on the 5th, 20 on the 6th, 19 on the 7th, 35 on the 8th, and 19 on the 9th. It is showing a double-digit increase on the 26th from December 15th last year.
In the aftermath of the first epidemic of Daegu Shincheonji, 148 people died in March last year, and in April, 83 people, May 23, and June 11 people. It surged from 19 in July and 23 in August to 91 in September, just after the second outbreak related to the Liberation Day urban rally. The number of deaths has exploded since December in the third epidemic, which was 51 in October and 60 in November.
The third pandemic is a pattern in which the virus spreads to the elderly and to nursing hospitals where people with underlying diseases gathered, resulting in greater damage to life. As of December 9, 574 patients died, accounting for 52.2% of the total. More than half of the deaths died in the third pandemic.
Looking at the cumulative death toll as of 0 o’clock on the 8th, 608 people aged 80 and over accounted for 56.24% of the total. 301 people in their 70s, 27.84%, 125 people in their 60s (11.56%), 34 people in their 50s (3.15%), 8 people in their 40s (0.74%), and 5 people in their 30s (0.46%). The fatality rate is 18.03% in 80s and older, 5.73% in 70s, 1.17% in 60s, 0.27% in 50s, 0.08% in 40s, and 0.06% in 30s.
As of 0 o’clock on the 9th, the number of patients with gastric and severe symptoms was 409, an increase of 5 from 404 the previous day. It is 400 for four consecutive days.
The number of gastric and severe patients is the second highest ever since the 6th (411 people), which was the highest ever.
In the first epidemic, it was in the 60-70 range, then increased to 160 in the second epidemic, and then fell below 100 from the beginning of October last year. It has surpassed 100 again in early December, with 200 in mid-December and 300 in late December, and maintains the 400 mark.
December 29th 330 people → 30 days 332 people → 31 days 344 people → last 1 day 354 people → 2 days 361 people → 3 days 355 people → 4 days 351 people → 5 days 386 people → 6 days 411 people → 7 days It shows the trend of 400 people → 404 people on 8 days → 409 people on 9 days.
There are also many elderly people with stomach and severe illness. As of 0 o’clock on the 8th, 154 people (38.1%) were in their 70s. 120 people in their 60s (29.7%), 89 people in their 80s or older (22.0%), 29 people in their 50s (7.2%), 7 people in their 40s (1.7%), 4 people in their 30s (1.0%), 1 person in their 20s (0.2%).
The quarantine authorities classify patients receiving treatments such as high flow oxygen therapy, ventilator, ECMO (extracorporeal oxygen supply), and continuous renal replacement therapy (CRRT) as gastric and severe patients. It usually takes about a week for your health to deteriorate due to stomach or severe symptoms after confirmation. Among confirmed patients, the probability of becoming a critically ill is 2-3%.
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