COVID-19. Part 6 — Comparing 2020 death rates with previous years’…continued

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In Part 5, we compared recent years’ death rates in 31 countries to see whether 2020 was indeed a standout year. We found that for most countries, including Sweden, which was roundly criticised for not imposing harsh restrictions on its citizens, 2020 was about average mortality-wise.

This instalment covers each of those 31 countries in detail. A selection of countries that weren’t suitable for inclusion in Part 5 (as their data were not in a form that enabled direct comparison) will also be included here.

For each country, a collection of five graphs is provided. These may be useful aids when discussing the justification for lockdowns and other restrictions imposed in your own country. Each of the five graphs cover a specific age group: 0-14, 15-64, 65-74, 75-84, and 85+ years. Thus, together they cover the entire age-spectrum of the country’s population.

This is a very long post. To skip to a country of interest, choose it from the table below.

AUSTRIA

Figure 17.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Austria, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods.
Figure 18.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Austria, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods.
Figure 19.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Austria, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods.
Figure 20.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Austria, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 21.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Austria, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods.

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BELGIUM

Figure 22.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Belgium, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods.
Figure 23.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Belgium, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 24.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Belgium, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 25.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Belgium, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 26.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Belgium, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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BULGARIA

Figure 27.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Bulgaria, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 28.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Bulgaria, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 29.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Bulgaria, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 30.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Bulgaria, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 31.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Bulgaria, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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SWITZERLAND

Figure 32.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Switzerland, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 33.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Switzerland, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 34.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Switzerland, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 35.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Switzerland, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 36.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Switzerland, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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CHILE

Figure 37.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Chile, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 38.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Chile, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 39.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Chile, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 40.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Chile, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 41.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Chile, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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CZECH REPUBLIC

Figure 42.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Czech Republic, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 43.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Czech Republic, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 44.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Czech Republic, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 45.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Czech Republic, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 46.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Czech Republic, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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DENMARK

Figure 47.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Denmark, ages 85 and over.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 48.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Denmark, ages 75-84.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 49.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Denmark, ages 65-74.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 50.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Denmark, ages 15-64.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods
Figure 51.  Deaths per 1000 per year in Denmark, ages 0-14.  Derived using data from the Human Mortality Database.  Calculations and methods

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