Statista recently published an article and chart about the human cost of COVID. Per the article, a Pew Research analysis of CDC data has put the human toll of COVID in the U.S. into stark perspective. Researchers were able to estimate the total number of years lost by taking a person's remaining life expectancy into account. An example of this is outlined by Pew: "if a person with a life expectancy of 80 dies at age 50, they are estimated to have lost 30 years of life".
According to a provisional CDC toll:
Data Source: https://www.statista.com/chart/25131/us-deaths-and-years-of-life-lost/
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