COVID-19 Statistics for New Mexico thru July 10 / Urban areas showing greatest increase in cases

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These are the latest COVID-19 statistics for New Mexico:

Total COVID-19 cases-14549 / Deaths 539 / Recoveries 6181 / Active COVID-19 cases 7829 / Current hospitalizations 151 / Tested 403,581

Bernalillo County with 97 new cases, 44 in Dona Ana, 33 in McKinley, 32 in Lea, 31 in San Juan, and 20 in Santa Fe made up 77% of the new cases reported in the state. Bernalillo (95), McKinley (188) and San Juan (169) account for 84% of all deaths in New Mexico.

Socorro and bordering counties: Socorro County 62/5 (23 active cases), Catron 2/1 (1 active case), Cibola 245/14 (116 active cases), Lincoln 19/0 (15 active cases), Sierra 14/0 (12 active cases), Torrence 47/1(27 active cases) , Valencia 175/2 (95 active cases)

De Baca is the only county to have had no cases of COVID-19. Colfax, Harding and Guadalupe counties have no active cases.

Those over the age of 50 make up 90% of the deaths from COVID-19 and while making up only 33% of all cases. Of those that are under 50 years old only 0.55% have died. If there are no underlying medical conditions present only 0.09% have died.

No one under the age of 20 that has tested positive for COVID-19 has died. Of positive tests for those under thirty only 0.1% have died.

84% of those that have died from COVID-19 also had underlying medical conditions.

It is clear from the looking at the statistics that those who are healthy and under age 50 COVID-19 poses very minimal risk. The conversely for those over the aged of 50 and with underlying medical conditions the risk rises dramatically in each age group.

Below are the deaths in New Mexico broken down by age groups. This information is exclusive to Mine Country 102.1/socorroradio.com

AgeDeathsTested Positive% Tested positive that have died
0-906560%
10-19013480%
20-29527500.18%
30-392526490.94%
40-492322191%
50-597120373.5%
60-699614976.4%
70-7910571514.7%
80-8913743331.6%
90+7718142.5%

83% (449) of those that have died also had underlying medical conditions.