A transmission electron microscopic image of an isolate from the first U.S. case of COVID-19 shows spherical viral particles, colorized blue.

Q: What is the most recent breakdown of age groups that have died of COVID-19 in Texas?

A: Almost 18,500 Texas residents have died from COVID-19 related complications as of Friday, according to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services. Of those people, the health department has confirmed the ages of 17,934.

  • 32.9% — 80 years or older
  • 25.4% — Ages 70-79
  • 21.3% — Ages 60-69
  • 12.2% — Ages 50-59
  • 5.6% — Ages 40-49
  • 1.8% — Ages 30-39
  • 0.6% — Ages 20-29
  • 0.1% — Ages 10-19
  • 0.03% — Ages 1-9
  • 0.02% — Less than 1 year

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