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The Proof - Hospitalized Death Rates of Disabled COVID Patients



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The Office for National Statistics (ONS) figures show disabled people have made up about three-fifths of COVID-related deaths in England and Wales, although ONS admits this is likely to be an under-estimate.

Disabled females between nine and 64 were even more at risk, in comparison with non-disabled females in the same age group, with a rate of death 10.8 times higher.



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Intellectual disability is second only to old age as a risk factor for COVID-19 death.

In unadjusted analysis, compared with the 431,669 patients without intellectual disabilities, the 127,003 patients with intellectual disabilities were more susceptible to hospitalization (63.1% vs. 29.1%), intensive care unit (ICU) admission (14.5% vs. 6.3%), and death (8.2% vs. 3.8%).

Intellectual impairments were the strongest predictor of death other than older age. "The chances of dying from COVID-19 are higher for those with intellectual disability than they are for people with congestive heart failure, kidney disease or lung disease," lead study author Jonathan Gleason, MD, said in a Thomas Jefferson University news release.


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In New York, the state with the most deaths from COVID-19, people with developmental disabilities die at a rate 2.5 times the rate of others who contract the virus.