I think this is what you want from the CDC:
Tabulated data on provisional COVID-19 deaths by age, sex, race and Hispanic origin, and comorbidities. Also includes an index of state-level and county-level mortality data available for download.www.cdc.gov
You can select for all sorts of variables. Here is the age breakdown for the us- you can also look by state, by sex, by year etc:
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Here are the comorbidities/ contributing conditions which is also selectable
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So there have been 311,863 COVD deaths in people 85+ years old, and 277,943 in people between 0-64. We don't hear about this statistical anomaly near enough. And we haven't even taken account pre-existing health conditions. And roughly 1 out of every 17,190 people under the age of 30 have died from COVID. That's 0.0058% of those people.
These numbers are staggering, and not in the way you think they are.