Are there (global, country, etc.) data of COVID-19 deaths (or hospitalization) by year of birth? I was able to found them only by "age group", the meaning of this being usually an interval of 5 to 15 years, but I'm interested in smaller intervals.
Why I am interested? We know that the severity of this illness increases with age, and in fact increases a lot with ages around 70. If this increasing is more o less locally constant (that is, the first derivetive does not vary much in any interval of a few years) or at least the second derivative is more o less locally constant, we can think that maybe age on its own is a factor risk. But if there is a rapid increasing in one, two or three (consecutive) years and then a smaller slope (that is, a sort of "jump"), it is possible that there are (instead/also) other factors: maybe an exposition of this aged people to something during their lives that younger people don't lived, or some other thing that we don't know yet. So we need to know with more detail ages of hospitalization, deaths, or other sign of severity.