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Breathlessness slightly high among COVID patients in 2nd wave: Centre – The Federal

Over 70 pc of COVID-19 patients above 40 years in both waves; older population still more vulnerable

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There is a greater need for medical oxygen due to a slightly high prevalence of breathlessness in COVID-19 patients in the second wave of the pandemic, the Centre said on Monday.
Asserting that the older population continues to remain more vulnerable to coronavirus infection, top medical experts in the government while addressing the press said over 70 per cent of COVID-19 patients in both the waves are above 40 years.
Stating that there is no difference in deaths between first and second wave among…

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