WISCONSIN — According to the Wisconsin Department of Health (DHS), 36% of Wisconsin COVID-19 patients were between the ages of 40 and 59.
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DHS gathered all of their COVID-19 data and broke it down by age group. Now, we can see who has been impacted most by this virus.
The data shows that those 18% of all COVID-19 patients were between the ages of 40 and 49. Another 18% were between the ages of 50 and 59. These two age groups add up to be a total of 2,454 cases.
Following close behind is the 30 to 29 age group, which accounts for 16% of all cases in Wisconsin. From there, there's the 20 to 29 age group which is 15% of all cases. Then, we have 60 to 69 which is a solid 14%.
70 to 79 year olds account for 8% of all cases, while 80 to 89 years olds count for 5%. Those Wisconsinites above the age of 90 count for 2% and anyone under the age of 19 counts towards the last 4%.
Now, while all age groups are being affected by this virus, it appears the most affected are those of us between the ages of 20 and 70.
To see DHS' full breakdown of the coronavirus, click here.