People with dementia were at double the risk of contracting coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) compared to people without dementia. The risk was 217% higher for people with vascular dementia, and 162% higher for people with presenile dementia. The risk for people with Alzheimer’s Disease was 86% higher, and 99% higher for people with senile dementia. For people with post-traumatic dementia, the risk was 67% higher. Among people with dementia plus COVID-19, the risk of mortality was 21% higher than people without dementia. The risk of hospitalization was 59% higher. The researchers noted that for risk factors . . .