Covid-19 Deaths Skew Younger Among Minorities – The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 is understood to be particularly risky for the senior. For many minorities, the disease is killing them in the prime of their lives.

Among individuals in the U.S. who died in between their mid-40s and mid-70s since the pandemic began, the infection is accountable for about 9% of deaths. For Latino individuals who passed away in that age variety, the virus has actually eliminated almost 25%, according to a Wall Street Journal analysis of death-certificate information gathered by federal authorities.