Elderly people make up 75% of COVID-19 deaths. Many more have died from isolation
Senior citizens - people over 65 - account for 16% of the U.S. population but 75% of deaths from COVID-19, according to the CDC. Doctors say there are even more deaths that are harder to figure among seniors who've been isolated but die from causes that may be related to extended loneliness and isolation.
As we enter a third year of this pandemic, we wanted to know more about its impact on older Americans.
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