Studies Find COVID-19 Kills People an Average of a Decade Before Their Time
The virus is having a devastating impact comparable to heart disease
COVID-19 is killing people more than a decade before they would have died naturally, according to a study. Men who die of COVID-19 are losing, on average, 13 years of their lives, scientists say, while women have 11 years cut off their life expectancy.
The virus, which has hospitalised more than 100,000 people in the UK, is having a devastating impact comparable to heart disease, the scientists said.
The research was done by Public Health Scotland and experts at the universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh.
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