92% of Coronavirus Victims in England are Over 60, Only Five People Under 20 Died

In today’s episode of Coronavirus Is Literally Just The Flu, I present to you even more data confirming that coronavirus, is, indeed, literally just the flu.

Daily Mail:

More than nine in 10 fatalities from coronavirus in England were people aged over 60, figures have revealed.

Just five under 20s (0.07per cent) have died from the infection. People aged 20-39 made up 0.7 per cent of the deaths and 40-59 7 per cent.

The NHS England data reveals the other 92 per cent killed by Covid-19 were over 60, 40 per cent aged 60-79 and 52 per cent over 80.

Almost 6,500 people in England have succumbed to the disease, as well as 222 in Scotland, 212 in Wales and 70 in Northern Ireland.

Anyone can catch the killer virus, but how it affects the body depends greatly on the age and health status of the individual.

Whoa, what a deadly pandemic!


It’s no wonder that affected countries decided to destroy their economies to save their people.

Global data continues to show that those with underlying conditions, such as high blood pressure and diabetes, are at greater risk of death.

Yesterday a further 828 people who had tested positive for the coronavirus died in England alone, the most in a single 24-hour period.

Patients were aged between 22 and 103 years old, NHS England said in a statement.

Forty-six victims, aged between 35 and 96 years old, were not known to have any underlying health conditions – a predisposition for worse outcomes.

Of all deaths in England, the large majority have been in those over 60 years old.

There are several reasons why older people have trouble fighting off the virus.

The likelihood of having chronic conditions increases markedly as people age, with four out of five over-65s living with at least one underlying health condition.

Elderly people also have weaker immune systems, a natural side-effect of the body ageing. This makes them more vulnerable to serious infections of all types.

Only five people aged under 20 years old have died of the coronavirus in the UK, including 13-year-old Ismail Mohamed Abdulwahab and Italian-born Luca Di Nicola, 19, both of whom were not believed to have any pre-existing health concerns.

Scientists have warned that young and healthy people are no exception to the coronavirus and can be hospitalised with severe complications. But death is unlikely.

Just like the flu, then.

A disease barely worse than Pokemon fever.

As more data is made available to the public, it’s becoming easier to see that coronavirus is nothing to be afraid of. Yet most Western governments are determined to keep the lockdown in place for an undetermined period of time, probably because they’re trying to figure out how to deal with the total collapse of the economy without widespread civil unrest.

Experts are coming out to tell the public that no one will be able to have a normal life until a vaccine is developed, talking about extending quarantine and lockdown periods, and saying that social distancing practices will have to continue even after the lockdown ends.

This mass hysteria has turned into the tool that those in power will use to reshape society into whatever suits their goals.