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Table 17 Parametric estimates results of COVID-19 mortality inequalities (head-of-household education level effect)

From: The potential impact of co-residence structures on socio-demographic inequalities in COVID-19 mortality

  Education level estimated mortality differences per 100,000 primary infections
  Parametrical model
  Without nativity control With nativity control With nativity control (2+ members)
Age [2] [3] [4] [5] [2] [3] [4] [5] [2] [3] [4] [5]
0–9 − 49 − 82 − 114 − 120 − 37 − 67 − 90 − 94 − 37 − 63 − 88 − 99
10–19 − 71 − 135 − 196 − 171 − 43 − 96 − 150 − 129 − 43 − 93 − 144 − 135
20–29 − 200 − 341 − 438 − 476 − 154 − 278 − 368 − 408 − 152 − 275 − 360 − 395
30–39 − 115 − 315 − 422 − 472 − 105 − 299 − 404 − 452 − 114 − 326 − 439 − 497
40–49 +2 − 391 − 510 − -561 +4 − 388 − 508 − 557 − 6 − 447 − 578 − 640
50–59 − 24 − 373 − 438 − 480 − 25 − 373 − 439 − 478 − 12 − 428 − 532 − 576
60–69 − 28 − 249 − 217 − 290 − 37 − 258 − 337 − 296 − 8 − 260 − 354 − 406
70–79 +140 − 132 +183 +136 +123 − 144 +170 +133 +174 − 23 − 197 − 211
80+ +316 − 7 +733 +958 +314 − 7 +734 +962 +570 +349 +61 +232
  1. Education nomenclature: [1] = less than primary, [2] = primary, [3] = lower secondary, [4] = upper secondary, [5] = university degree
  2. Reference level: Less than primary education
  3. Note: In the model with nativity control, the random primary infections of 100,000 persons aged 0–9 living in household headed by an individual with a lower secondary education ([3]) are associated with an estimated fewer 67 deaths compared to 100,000 infections of individual of the same age and with similar socio-demographic characteristics but living in household headed by a person with less than primary education (reference level).