Excess Mortality Stabilises In January After Sharp Decline In Czech Republic and In The EU, +4% In The Czech Republic
After the fourth wave of excess mortality in the autumn of 2021, which saw excess mortality in the EU peak in November at +26%, and in the Czech Republic at +43%, 2022 is seeing a clear decline. In January 2022, the EU excess mortality rate remained stable at +7%, and +4% in the Czech Republic. Photo credit: Freepik
Czech Republic, 22 April (BD) – Following the fourth wave of excess mortality in 2021, when the EU’s excess mortality rate reached a new high of 26% in November, and as high as 43% in the Czech Republic, 2022 is showing a clear decline. According to Eurostat, the excess mortality rate for the EU remained at +7% in January 2022. For the Czech Republic, it was +4%.
The excess mortality rate is a statistical measure of how many deaths were recorded in a given area during a given period, compared to the expected baseline average over the same period in previous years. It is used to estimate the number of victims of a high mortality event such as a pandemic, which may not have been recorded in official figures.
Excess mortality continued to vary between Member States with available data. Bulgaria (+44%), Romania (+28%), Greece (+25%), Cyprus (+23%) and Croatia (+22%) continued to show rates above 20%, while Germany, the Netherlands (both -2%) and Belgium (-0.3%) registered mortality below the baseline.
The EU registered previous peaks in excess deaths in April 2020 (+25%), November 2020 (+40%) and April 2021 (+21%). For the Czech Republic, much higher peaks were registered in November 2020 (+75%), January 2021 (+54%) and March 2021 (+62%).https://www.brnodaily.com/2022/04/22/news/excess-mortality-stabilises-in-january-after-sharp-decline-in-czech-republic-and-in-the-eu-4-in-the-czech-republic/https://www.brnodaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/businesswoman-networking-using-digital-devices-1-1024x591.jpghttps://www.brnodaily.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/04/businesswoman-networking-using-digital-devices-1-150x87.jpgCzech Republic / WorldEUCzech Republic,EU,Mortality,NewsAfter the fourth wave of excess mortality in the autumn of 2021, which saw excess mortality in the EU peak in November at +26%, and in the Czech Republic at +43%, 2022 is seeing a clear decline. In January 2022, the EU excess mortality rate remained stable at +7%,...Elisa Pinton firstname.lastname@example.orgAuthorFrench intern studying communication, management, marketing and event coordination. Always motivated to discover new places, try new food specialties and learn new things. Driven by passion and organization. Books, movies and dogs lover.Brno Daily