COVID-19 age-adjusted deaths per
million for countries that use widespread early treatment with HC
Q vs. countries where opinion tends to be negative.
The COVID-19 death rate varies by about
4 orders of magnitude depending on age, and the age distribution varies
greatly between countries, so deaths are normalized according to the relative
population distributions, with France (the oldest population here) as the
base. All countries except France show a higher than actual deaths per million
- an estimate of deaths if the country's age distribution was the same as
Deaths per million data is from ourworldindata.org
. Age distribution per
country is from the United
. IFR estimates based on age are from Verity et al., Lancet Infect.
Dis., 2020, doi:10.1016/S1473-3099(20)30243-7. A more detailed version of
this analysis is coming soon.
We don't know how many people will get
COVID-19 in the future, but based on deaths to date, a treatment which is x%
effective could have saved:
10% effective could have saved lives.
25% effective could have saved lives.
50% effective could have saved lives.
75% effective could have saved lives.
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