Fourth ISARIC COVID-19 Report using data from COVID-19 Database
The results in the report have been produced using data from the ISARIC COVID-19
The analysis detailed in this report only includes individuals for whom data collection commenced on or before 13 April 2020.
A 14-day rule has been applied to focus analysis on individuals who are more likely to have a recorded outcome. By excluding patients enrolled during the last 14 days, we aim to reduce the number of incomplete data records and thus improve the generalisability of the results and the accuracy of the outcomes. However, this limits the analysis to this restricted cohort despite the much larger volumes of data held in the database.
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The cohort comprises 19463 individuals, including 11688 males and 7684 females – sex is unreported for 91 cases. SARS-COV-2 infection has been confirmed by laboratory testing in 15844 of these individuals. 3619 individuals are recorded as suspected of SARS-COV-2 infection, without laboratory confirmation at the time of data analysis.