COVID mortality rate 14.5% north, 6.8% centre, 5.2% south

(ANSA) – ROME, MAR 5 – Italy’s COVID mortality rates were
14.5% in the north, 6.8% in the centre, and 5.2% in the south of
the country last year, according to a new report from the Higher
Health Institute (ISS) and statistics agency ISTAT on the
epidemic’s impact on mortality in 2020.
    By age group, the rates were 4.6% in the 0-49 bracket, 9.2% in
the 50-64 one, 12.4% in the 65-79 group and 9.6% in the over
80s. (ANSA).
   

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