QT-Online / Wednesday, April 1, 2020 / Categories: Top News 89% of COVID-19 cases in Qatar mild, only 3% serious: Khater Tribune News Network Doha More than 89 percent of the confirmed coronavirus cases in Qatar are mild, Supreme Committee for Crisis Management Spokesperson HE Lolwah Rashid al Khater said in a press conference on Wednesday. Only 3 percent of the cases are serious and the remaining 8 have either recovered or died (two, both aged above 55), she said. Currently, 37 people are in the COVID-19 intensive care units, while 12 have been discharged, Khater added. Providing the gender-wise data among the infected, Khater said among the nationals tested positive, 47 are women and 65 are men. Among the non-Qataris, 48 are women and 685 are men. Breaking the statistics age-wise, she said: - 3% aged above 64 years - 10% in between 55 and 64 years - 18% aged 45-54 years - 25% aged 35-44 years - 31% aged 25-34 years - 12% aged 15-24 years Previous Article 54 more test positive for coronavirus in Qatar, total hits 835 Next Article Locked-down Industrial area streets to remain closed: Khater Print 8229 Rate this article: 3.9 Please login or register to post comments.