One of the main symptoms for severeness was high respiratory rate of more than 30 breaths per minute.
Early intervention included resting support, antiviral therapy, early oxygen therapy.
The youngest patient was 26 and the oldest was 97. The median age of 57, and 35 of the 60 were male.
The most common symptoms were fever (80%) and dry cough (51.7%)
There were also some non-specific symptoms, such as diarrhoea (6.7%), vomiting (3.3%) and chest pain (1.7%). The last figure might surprise some people. There was one pregnant patient.
All patients received antiviral therapy.
Respiratory treatment included non-invasive mechanical ventilation or/and high-flow nasal tubes.
The key finding was that respiratory/lung treatment was beneficial to treating severe conditions.