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Risk Factors of COVID-19 Mortality: A Comparison Against All-Cause Mortality

How much do different factors influence COVID-19 versus all-cause mortality risk?


John Ng, RGA Senior Data Scientist and Actuary, shares a comprehensive analysis and comparison of COVID-19 and all-cause mortality risk factors, including age, gender, deprivation, ethnicity, obesity, diabetes, and a range of other conditions. This incisive research reveals the potential impact on excess mortality, pricing, underwriting, and future implications.

See also: COVID-19 Mortality by Age, Gender, Ethnicity, Obesity, and Other Risk Factors: A Comparison Against All-Cause Mortality


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The Presenter

  • John Ng
    FIA
    Senior Data Scientist and Actuary
    Global Data and Analytics

    RGA
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This video was developed in conjunction with actuview, the first permanent international media platform for actuaries (www.actuview.com). actuview content reflects contributions from actuarial institutions, corporate partners and industry professionals. RGA is actuview’s sponsoring partner.

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