From a new study (PDF) of several thousand New York patients, “Factors associated with hospitalization and critical illness among 4,103 patients with Covid-19 disease in New York City.” The first tree is for chances of hospitalization. Don’t think of these as actual decision trees used to make decisions, but as post-hoc reconstructions of what happened. (On the other hand, they may have some self-fulfilling prophecy aspects.)
How to read this: 3,282 people were considered for admission to the hospital. 49% were selected, including 87% of those over 65 and 37% of those under 65.
Second, who got critically ill: