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Table 15 Theoretical over/under-mortality ratio related to secondary infections (head-of-household education level, %)

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

  Household type
  Full sample 2+ members 4 members
Age [1] [2] [3] [4] [1] [2] [3] [4] [1] [2] [3] [4]
0–9 +130.50 +78.10 +43.80 +13.00 +130.50 +78.10 +43.80 +13.00 +130.50 +78.10 +43.80 +13.00
10–19 +77.50 +45.80 +18.00 − 9.00 +77.40 +46.40 +20.60 − 5.40 +77.40 +46.40 +20.60 − 5.40
20–29 +337.90 +199.40 +102.00 +33.00 +228.60 +130.40 +61.50 +15.30 +228.60 +130.40 +61.50 +15.30
30–39 +646.80 +493.30 +221.60 +78.40 +579.30 +440.00 +199.90 +67.80 +579.30 440.00 199.90 +67.80
40–49 +405.00 +407.20 +124.80 +41.60 +393.50 +391.00 +123.00 +39.20 +393.50 391.00 +123.00 +39.20
50–59 +138.60 +131.80 +32.20 +13.80 +133.30 +133.00 +36.20 +10.90 +133.30 133.00 +36.20 +10.90
60–69 +32.10 +29.10 +4.80 +8.50 +32.70 +34.90 +13.50 +5.10 +32.70 +34.90 +13.50 +5.10
70–79 − 6.30 +0.10 − 12.70 +2.20 +6.40 +14.70 +7.50 +1.40 +6.40 +14.70 +7.50 +1.40
80+ − 30.50 − 20.60 − 31.20 − 7.30 − 5.00 +7.60 +2.90 − 2.80 − 5.00 +7.60 +2.90 − 2.80
  1. Education nomenclature: [1] = less than primary, [2] = primary, [3] = lower secondary, [4] = upper secondary
  2. Reference level: university degree
  3. Note:When the full sample is considered, the primary infection of a 0–9-year-old living in a household headed by a person with less than primary education ([1]) triggers a vulnerability index 130.5% higher than for the primary infection of a person of the same age living in a household headed by a person from the reference category