Yet from H1N1, 80% of the worldwide 284,000 deaths approximated 80% or 225,000 people under the age of 65 died in 2009-2010.
To put that in context, at present, only about 8% of the world population is age 65 or over.
Sadly, that equates to 10X (8% X 10 = 80%) of the entire age group of people 65 and over being killed by Covid-19 worldwide.
H1N1, unlike Covid-19, both infected and killed in a disproportionate manner people age 65 and under.
Sadly, that will also mean of the 717,000 global Covid-19 deaths reported thus far 20% or 143,000 of younger people under the age of 65 have tragically passed away too.
Seems to me the younger age mortality of covid-19 vs H1N1 is neither widely reported or well known.
Do any of these facts surprise anyone? And were you even aware? Please share your input too.