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Older people and COVID-19: Isolation, risk and ageism
Brooke Joanne.
Jackson Debra.
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10.1111/jocn.15274
Internationally, health authorities and governments are warning older people that they are at a higher risk of more serious and possible fatal illness associated with COVID-19. Mortality data from Oxford COVID-19 Evidence Service (25/3/20) indicates a risk of mortality of 3.6% for people in their 60s, which increases to 8.0% and 14.8% for people in their 70s and over 80s. Therefore, the global recommendation for older populations includes social isolation, which involves staying at home and avoiding contact with other people, possibly for an extended period of time, currently estimated to be between three and four months. Older populations in this current context, refers to people over 70 years, and 50 years in some particularly vulnerable Indigenous populations.
Journal of Clinical Nursing
2020
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https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdfdirect/10.1111/jocn.15274
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VIRUS RESPIRATORIOS
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