Among people in the United States diagnosed with coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), the most common underlying health conditions linked to hospitalization and death were cardiovascular disease (32%), diabetes (30%), and chronic lung disease (18%). Less common conditions with higher risk of severe outcomes included renal disease (8%), immune compromised conditions (5%), neurological/neurodevelopmental disability (5%), and liver disease (1%). Severe outcomes such as hospitalization, admission to an intensive care unit (ICU), and death were more commonly reported for individuals with reported underlying conditions. Hospitalizations were six times higher and deaths were 12 times higher among those who reported underlying . . .
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