Table 1

Baseline clinical characteristics of the 129 patients with COVID-19

Total (n=129)Imported cases (n=70)Local cases (n=59)P value
Sex, n (%)0.11
 Male59 (46)37 (53)22 (37)
 Female70 (54)33 (47)37 (63)
Age (y)45 (31–56)39 (31–53)48 (33–58)0.06
 Comorbidity, n (%)28 (22)14 (20)14 (24)0.67
 Hypertension12 (9)7 (10)5 (9)1.0
 Diabetes8 (6)5 (7)3 (5)1.0
 COPD4 (3)2 (3)2 (3)1.0
 Coronary heart disease4 (3)2 (3)2 (3)1.0
 Cerebrovascular disease2 (2)1 (1)1 (2)1.0
 Malignant tumor2 (2)1 (1)1 (2)1.0
 Chronic hepatic disease2 (2)1 (1)1 (2)1.0
 Chronic renal disease2 (2)1 (1)1 (2)1.0
 Rheumatoid arthritis1 (1)01 (2)0.45
 Tuberculosis1 (1)1 (1)00.45
 Gynecological disease1 (1)01 (2)0.45
 Pregnancy2 (2)1 (1)1 (2)1.0
 First symptoms, n (%)
 Fever112 (87)63 (90)49 (83)0.3
 37.3°C–38°C41 (32)18 (26)23 (39) 0.04
  38.1°C–39°C62 (48)41 (59)21 (36) 0.02
 >39°C9 (7)4 (6)5 (9)0.45
 Cough73 (57)42 (60)31 (53)0.39
 Fatigue26 (20)14 (20)11 (19)0.85
 Poor appetite7 (5)5 (7)2 (3)0.35
 Nasal congestion and runny nose8 (6)1 (1)7 (12) 0.01
 Myalgia6 (5)1 (1)5 (9)0.06
 Dry and sore throat12 (9)3 (4)9 (15) 0.03
 Headache6 (5)2 (3)4 (7)0.53
 Diarrhea3 (2)2 (3)1 (2)1.0
 Wheezing43 (33)30 (43)13 (22) 0.01
RR (times/min)20 (20–21)20 (20–21)20 (19–21)0.17
Pulse (times/min)90 (80–99)90 (80–98)90 (80–100)0.87
Arterial pressure (mm Hg)97.19 (11.32)96.44 (11.40)96.89 (11.11)0.78
  • P values in bold represent statistical significance.

  • COPD, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; RR, respiratory rate.