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The COVID-19-Associated Hospitalization Surveillance Network (COVID-NET) conducts population-based surveillance for laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-associated hospitalizations in choose counties taking part within the Emerging Infections Program (EIP) and the Influenza Hospitalization Surveillance Project (IHSP).

A complete of 34,791 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-associated hospitalizations had been reported by websites between March 1, 2020 and July 4, 2020. The total cumulative hospitalization fee was 107.2 per 100,000 inhabitants. Among the 0-Four years, 5-17 years, 18-49 years, 50-64 years, and ≥ 65 years age teams, the very best fee of hospitalization is amongst adults aged ≥ 65, adopted by adults aged 50-64 years and adults aged 18-49 years.

laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-associated hospitalizations

Hospitalization Rates
Age Group Cumulative Rate per 100,000 Population
Overall

107.2

     0-Four years

9.4

     5-17 years

4.4

     18-49 years

66.7

  18-29 years

37.8

  30-39 years

66.3

  40-49 years

104.4

    50-64 years

161.7

    65+ years

316.9

  65-74 years

230.6

  75-84 years

381.5

  85+ years

590.3

Among the 34,791 laboratory-confirmed COVID-19-associated hospitalized circumstances, 32,766 (94.2%) had info on race and ethnicity whereas assortment of race and ethnicity was nonetheless pending for two,025 (5.8%) circumstances. When analyzing total age-adjusted charges by race/ethnicity, non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native individuals have an age-adjusted hospitalization fee roughly 5.Eight instances that of non-Hispanic White individuals, non-Hispanic Black individuals have a fee roughly 4.7 instances that of non-Hispanic White individuals, and Hispanic or Latino individuals have a fee roughly 4.6 instances that of non-Hispanic White individuals.

When analyzing age-stratified crude hospitalization charges by race and ethnicity, in contrast with non-Hispanic white individuals in the identical age group, crude hospitalization charges had been 8.7 instances greater amongst Hispanic or Latino individuals aged 0-17 years; 11.2 instances greater amongst non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native individuals aged 18-49 years; 9.9 instances greater amongst non-Hispanic Black individuals aged 50-64 years; and seven.Zero instances greater amongst non-Hispanic Black particular person aged ≥65 years. Additional knowledge on race and ethnicity by age can be found.

Hospitalization charges per 100,000 inhabitants
by age and race and ethnicity — COVID-NET,
March 1, 2020–July 4, 2020

Age Category

Non-Hispanic
American Indian or Alaska Native

Non-Hispanic Black

Hispanic or Latino

Non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander

Non-Hispanic White

Rate1 Rate Ratio2 Rate1 Rate Ratio2 Rate1 Rate Ratio2 Rate1 Rate Ratio2 Rate1 Rate Ratio2
0-17y 5.9 4.5 6.4 4.9 11.3 8.7 3.4 2.6 1.3 1.0
18-49y 185.4 11.2 110.5 6.7 132.7 8.0 28.4 1.7 16.5 1.0
50-64y 474.2 8.1 583.2 9.9 201.2 3.4 92.8 1.6 58.8 1.0
65+y 584.2 3.1 1328.6 7.0 209.7 1.1 212.5 1.1 189.5 1.0
Overall fee3 (age-adjusted) 270.5 5.8 221.5 4.7 215.8 4.6 60.5 1.3 47.0 1.0

1COVID-19-associated hospitalization charges by race/ethnicity are calculated utilizing hospitalized COVID-NET circumstances with identified race and ethnicity for the numerator and NCHS bridged-race population estimates for the denominator.
2For every age class, fee ratios are the ratios between crude hospitalization charges inside every racial/ethnic group and the crude hospitalization fee amongst non-Hispanic white individuals in the identical age class.
3Overall charges are adjusted to account for variations in age distributions inside race/ethnicity strata within the COVID-NET catchment space; the age strata used for the adjustment embrace 0-17, 18-49, 50-64, and 65+ years.

Non-Hispanic White individuals and non-Hispanic Black individuals signify the very best proportions of hospitalized circumstances reported to COVID-NET, adopted by Hispanic or Latino, non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander, and non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native individuals. However, some racial and ethnic teams are disproportionately represented amongst hospitalized circumstances as in contrast with the general inhabitants of the catchment space. Prevalence ratios present an identical sample to that of the age-adjusted hospitalization charges: non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native individuals have the very best prevalence ratio, adopted by non-Hispanic Black, and Hispanic or Latino individuals.

Comparison of proportions of COVID-19-Associated Hospitalizations, by race and ethnicity — COVID-NET, March 1–July 4, 2020
Non-Hispanic American Indian or Alaska Native Non-Hispanic Black Hispanic or Latino Non-Hispanic Asian or Pacific Islander Non-Hispanic White
Proportion of hospitalized COVID-NET circumstances1 1.6% 32.6% 22.4% 4.7% 32.2%
Proportion of inhabitants in COVID-NET catchment 0.7% 17.7% 14.0% 8.8% 58.8%
Prevalence ratios2 2.3 1.8 1.6 0.5 0.5

1 Persons of a number of races (0.2%) or unknown race and ethnicity (5.8%) will not be represented within the desk however are included as a part of the denominator.
2 Prevalence ratio is calculated because the ratio of the proportion of hospitalized COVID-NET circumstances over the proportion of inhabitants in COVID-NET catchment space.

Among 9,130 hospitalized adults with info on underlying medical circumstances, 90.9% had a minimum of one reported underlying medical situation. The mostly reported had been hypertension, weight problems, continual metabolic illness, and heart problems. Among 186 hospitalized kids with info on underlying circumstances, 51.6% had a minimum of one reported underlying medical situation. The mostly reported had been weight problems, bronchial asthma, and neurologic circumstances.

This graph displays data on lab confirmed hospitalizations with underlying conditions.

Additional data on demographics, indicators and signs at admission, underlying circumstances, interventions, outcomes, and discharge diagnoses, stratified by age, intercourse, and race and ethnicity, can be found.

Additional hospitalization surveillance info: Surveillance Methods  | Additional rate data  |  Additional demographic and clinical data

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