Cleveland .com: Americans who died from the coronavirus lost a combined 2.5 million years of life expectancy, study says

Cleveland .com: Americans who died from the coronavirus lost a combined 2.5 million years of life expectancy, study says. “The more than 222,000 Americans who died from the coronavirus could have lived a combined 2.5 million years longer if they’d survived to their full life expectancies, according to a new analysis of COVID-19 death data. The staggering figure includes nearly 1.2 million years of potential life lost for people under the age of 65, according to an analysis by Dr. Stephen Elledge, a genetics professor at Harvard Medical School.”

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