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Your Chances of Dying


Your chances of dying from omicron are extremely low. Around 0.1% of people pass away from the seasonal flu each year. I found a well-sourced document that shows your chances of dying for other activities. You’re far more likely to die on your drive to obtain a COVID test than from the actual virus.

Your Chances of Dying:

The mortality rate for specific activities undertaken in the United States:

  • Mountaineering Mortality rate: 0.5988 (/100 participants)
  • Hang gliding Mortality rate 0.1786 (/100 participants)
  • Parachuting Mortality rate: 0.1754 (/100 participants)
  • Boxing Mortality rate: 0.0455 (/100 participants)
  • Mountain hiking Mortality rate: 0.0064 (/100 participants)
  • Scuba diving Mortality rate: 0.0029 (/100 participants)
  • American football Mortality rate: 0.0020 (/100 participants)
  • The Risk of Hiking and Mountain Climbing
  • Expert mountain climbers: Annual mortality risk of 1 in 167.
  • Recreational climbing – Annual mortality risk of 1 in 1,750.
  • Mountain hiking – Annual mortality risk of 1 in 15,700.

Annual mortality risk (AMR)

  • Grand Prix racing: 1 in 100
  • Motorbike racing: 1 in 1,000
  • Canoeing: 1 in 10,000
  • Soccer & rugby: 1 in 100,000
  • Running/jogging: 1 in 1 million
  • Swimming: 1 in 1 million

The Risks of Transportation

  • Risk of dying in a car accident: 1 in 6,700 (Harvard School of Public Health)
  • Fatalities per 100 Million Vehicle Miles Traveled: 1.14
  • Fatalities per 100,000 population: 11.01
  • Fatalities per 100,000 Licensed Drivers: 16.13
  • Motorcycles: Fatality rate per 100 million vehicle miles traveled: 21.45
  • (National Highway traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), 2009))
  • S. general aviation fatalities: 447; flight hours: 20,900,000 (National Transportation safety board 2010).
  • S. general aviation: Fatal accidents per 100,000 Flight Hours 1.27 (National Transportation safety board 2010).
  • Airliner (Scheduled and nonscheduled Part 21) fatalities per million flight hours: 4.03
  • Commuter Airline (Scheduled Part 135) Fatalities per million flight hours: 10.74
  • Commuter plane (Nonscheduled Part 135 – Air taxi on demand) fatalities per million flight hours: 12.24
  • General aviation (Private Part 91) fatalities per million flight hours: 22.43

Miscellaneous

  • Dance parties: 1 in 100,000 chance of dying
  • Table games: 1 in 100 million chance of dying
  • Computer games: 1 in 100 million chance of dying
 

 
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