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Greece’s severe COVID-19 patients are younger. The youngest patient who died is only 25 years old

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November 25 According to a report quoted by the European Union News Agency on the 25th by the European Network, the coronavirus epidemic in Greece has continued to deteriorate recently.

Not only has the cumulative number of confirmed cases exceeded 95,000, but the age of severe patients has shown a trend of youth. The youngest patient who has died is only 25 years old.

According to reports, on the 23rd local time, a 25-year-old man in the northern Greek city of Ceres died of ineffective treatment for the novel coronavirus, making it the youngest death in Greece since the outbreak of the epidemic.

According to the report, in the early days of COVID-19, the man was treated at Ceres General Hospital. Later, due to his aggravation, he was transferred to the intensive care unit of Papanicolału Hospital in Thessaloniki for intubation treatment.

According to the report, the hospital said that the man had other health problems besides contracting the novel coronavirus and had recently undergone heart surgery.

According to the data as of the 23rd, there are currently 549 severe COVID-19 patients in Greece. Nix Sipsas, a Greek epidemiologist, said that Greece’s severe coronavirus patients are getting younger, and the average age has dropped from 75 years old to 65 years old now. “When you see a patient in his 50s having trouble breathing, it’s very heartbreaking,” said Sipsus.

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