Death – Obituary News : 70% of COVID patients admitted to ICUs in Sweden survived at one year, according to a study. The majority of deaths (2125 out of 2206) occurred within 90 days, with an additional 81 deaths in the following 270 days. By 30 days, 1775 people had died. No specific death rates for discharged patients were discussed.
Among 7390 people admitted due to COVID in ICU, Sweden, 70% survived at one year
Most deaths (2125 out of 2206) occurred by 90 days, 81 people died in the next 270 days
By 30 days, 1775 people had died
They don’t discuss death rates specifically among people discharged alive. pic.twitter.com/tPuB4q3ysn
— Rajeev Jayadevan (@RajeevJayadevan) September 11, 2023
In Memoriam: Remembering the Lives Lost to COVID-19 in Sweden
It is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of 2,206 individuals who succumbed to COVID-19 in Sweden, according to a recent report by Rajeev Jayadevan. The data highlights the devastating toll the pandemic has taken on our society, with the majority of deaths occurring within the first 90 days of hospital admission.
Among the 7,390 people admitted to intensive care, a staggering 70% managed to survive beyond one year. This is a testament to the resilience and dedication of our healthcare professionals who fought tirelessly to save lives. However, the report also reveals that 81 individuals lost their battle in the subsequent 270 days, further emphasizing the long-term impacts of this relentless virus.
By the 30-day mark, a heartbreaking total of 1,775 lives had been lost, leaving a profound void in the hearts of their loved ones. Each of these individuals had dreams, aspirations, and cherished relationships that have been prematurely cut short by the ruthless grip of COVID-19.
While the report does not provide specific data on death rates among those discharged alive, it is a solemn reminder of the fragility of life and the ongoing challenges faced by survivors who continue to battle the long-term effects of the virus.
As we reflect on the lives lost, let us remember the legacies they leave behind. These were mothers and fathers, brothers and sisters, friends and neighbors, whose absence will be deeply felt by all who knew them. We extend our heartfelt condolences to their families and loved ones during this difficult time.
May their souls rest in eternal peace, and may their memory serve as a constant reminder of the importance of unity and resilience as we navigate the challenges ahead..