- •COVID-19 and influenza patients share overweight as a risk factor for severe infection.
- •Higher death rate was reported in COVID-19 group than in influenza group.
- •COVID-19 patients developed preferentially secondary respiratory failure.
- •Older age and diabetes were confirmed as major contributing death risk factors in COVID-19.
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