Author | M. Martinez@EuklidiadasAge is a risk factor for COVID-19. That is why cities are protecting the elderly, a task which is “everyone’s business”, according to the WHO. Until now, physical isolation has proved to be the most effective method of protection, although each city and each country has used different strategies in accordance with their capacities.“Multivariable regression showed increasing odds of in-hospital death associated with older age”, claims the most comprehensive study conducted to date. People over 60 years of age, and in particular males, are much more susceptible to getting SARS-CoV-2. This is why cities are working on isolating them.
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