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World Mortality Dataset

This repository contains country-level data on all-cause mortality in 2015–2021 collected from various sources, see below.
We are currently providing data for 89 countries and territories.
We welcome any contributions.

World Mortality coverage

Preprint: Karlinsky & Kobak 2021, The World Mortality Dataset: Tracking excess mortality across countries during the COVID-19 pandemic, https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.01.27.21250604

For the excess mortality analysis using this data see https://github.com/dkobak/excess-mortality.

For our sister-project of sub-national mortality data, see https://github.com/akarlinsky/world_mortality/tree/main/local_mortality

Notes:

  • Our aim is to provide data from 2015 onward. In some cases the coverage starts later, but we require at least full 2019 data.
  • Countries are only included if the data exist until at least June 2020.
  • We only collect weekly, monthly, or quarterly data.
  • The latest data points (weeks/months/quarters) for each country are preliminary and subject to (sometimes large) revisions.
  • We only provide all-cause mortality numbers, without splitting by age or gender.
  • We only provide country-level data, without splitting it by regions or individual cities.
  • The Short Term Mortality Fluctuations (STMF) dataset from the Human Mortality Database (HMD) is integrated into this dataset. See the STMF dataset for mortality by age and gender; here we only provide the total numbers.
  • The data for the European countries that are not in STMF are sourced from the EuroStat.
  • Some countries publish obviously incomplete weekly data for most recent weeks, which shows as large "dips" in the end of the time series. We omit these data points for the following countries: Denmark, Finland, South Korea, United States. Note that some other countries may also report partially incomplete data.
  • Weekly data mostly follow ISO8601 standard, when weeks are calendar weeks, Monday to Sunday, and the weeks on the year boundaries are assigned to the year in which they have more days (four or more). Most years have 52 weeks but some years, such as 2015 and 2020, have 53 weeks. Some countries follow other conventions, see e.g. STMF description.

World Mortality across time

Sources

Human Mortality Database, Short-Term Mortality Flucations

We collect the weekly STMF data for the following countries: Australia*, Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Chile, Croatia, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland , Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Korea, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Switzerland, United Kingdom (England & Wales + Northern Ireland + Scotland), United States.

We do not use Taiwan data from STMF because the monthly data (see below) is more frequently updated.

United States data from 2017 onward are replaced with CDC 'predictions' that account for underreporting in recent weeks (see below).

For some European countries, STMF sometimes has more up-to-date (and backward revised) data than Eurostat, as it culls data from countries' NSOs. For each data point that exists in both datasets, we take the maximum between them as the final data.

* Australia's data (all years) is "Doctor Certified Deaths" rather than "All Registered Deaths". These constitute about 85%-90% of all deaths in Australia.

Eurostat

We collect the weekly data from Eurostat for the following countries: Cyprus, Malta, Montenegro, Romania: https://ec.europa.eu/eurostat/databrowser/view/demo_r_mwk_ts/default/table?lang=en

Albania (monthly)

2016 to 2018: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode:65;countryCode:8&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2015, 2019 to 2020: Email correspondence with Albania Institute of Statistics.

Armenia (monthly)

Statistical Committee of the Republic of Armenia:

2015: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_15r_520.pdf
2016: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_16r_520.pdf
2017: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_17r_520.pdf
2018: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_18r_520.pdf
2019: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_19r_520.pdf
2020: https://www.armstat.am/file/article/sv_12_20r_520.pdf

Azerbaijan (monthly)

2015: UNData MBS (as crude death rates): https://unstats.un.org/unsd/mbs/app/DataView.aspx?tid=3&cid=31&yearfrom=2015&yearto=2015&p=A
2016 to 2017: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a31&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1
2018: https://www.stat.gov.az/news/source/2019_12ay.zip
2019 onward: https://www.stat.gov.az/news/source/2021_1ay.zip

2015 crude death rates were transformed to mortality counts by using the UNDATA Mid-Year Population estimate for Azerbaijan 2015 which is 9,649,000.

Belarus (monthly)

2015 to 2020: UNData - http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a112%3brefYear%3a2015%2c2016%2c2017%2c2018%2c2019%2c2020&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

Bolivia (monthly)

2015 onward: Information obtained from The Bolivian Civil Registry - Servicio de Registro Cívico (SERECI).

We would like to thank G. J. Andrés Uzín P. & Luis Salas for providing us this information.

Bosnia (monthly)

2015 to 2016: Email correspondence with Agency for Statistics of Bosnia & Herzegovina (BHAS).

2017 onward: BHAS Natural Population Change Quarterly: http://www.bhas.ba/Calendar/Category/14#tab-releases

Brazil (monthly)

2015 to 2019: Brazil Ministry of Health Sistema de Informação sobre Mortalidade (SIM): https://opendatasus.saude.gov.br/dataset/sistema-de-informacao-sobre-mortalidade-sim-1979-a-2019

2020 up to May: SIM 2020: https://opendatasus.saude.gov.br/dataset/sistema-de-informacao-sobre-mortalidade

2020 June up to 2021: Brazilian Civil Registry (RC): https://transparencia.registrocivil.org.br/registros
In Brazil, the RC is the most up to date source of all-cause mortality. However, it is downward biased compared to the official final figures from SIM due to delayed registration.
In order to account for this, the monthly counts from the CR are corrected using the ratio between total deaths (up to May) in SIM 2020 (615,482) to total deaths in RC 2020 (557,767).

We thank Marcelo Oliveira and Otavio Ranzani for their help on this.

Canada (weekly)

StatCan - https://www150.statcan.gc.ca/n1/pub/71-607-x/71-607-x2020017-eng.htm

Weekly mortality counts were transformed to ISO-8601 weeks by using reference date.

StatCan has more up to date data than present in World Mortality, yet it is incomplete due to lack of reporting from Ontario (largest province). See: https://twitter.com/ArielKarlinsky/status/1383054708386959364/photo/1

Colombia (weekly)

https://www.dane.gov.co/index.php/estadisticas-por-tema/demografia-y-poblacion/informe-de-seguimiento-defunciones-por-covid-19
Direct link to the latest table in Excel (January 2021): https://www.dane.gov.co/files/investigaciones/poblacion/defunciones-covid19/anexos-defunciones-covid-nal-2020-02mar-2021-17ene.xlsx Here we sum values in three categories: Natural, Violenta (Violent), and En estudio (unclassified deaths).

Costa Rica (monthly)

2015 to 2019: UNData - http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a188&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: Costa Rica Instituto Nacional De Estadística Y Censos (INEC) Defunciones 2020, el impacto de la enfermedad COVID-19 - DATOS PRELIMINARES: https://www.inec.cr/sites/default/files/documetos-biblioteca-virtual/repoblacdef2020covid-19preliminar.pdf

Ecuador (weekly)

2015 to 2016: https://aplicaciones3.ecuadorencifras.gob.ec/BIINEC-war/index.xhtml
2017: https://www.ecuadorencifras.gob.ec/nacimientos-y-defunciones-2017/
2018: https://www.ecuadorencifras.gob.ec/category/poblacion-y-demografia/
2019: https://www.ecuadorencifras.gob.ec/defunciones-generales-2019/
2020 onward: https://www.registrocivil.gob.ec/cifrasdefuncion/
Direct link to the latest table in XLS:
https://www.registrocivil.gob.ec/wp-content/uploads/downloads/2021/03/Defunciones_Generales_act_28_FEB_2021.xlsx

Ecuador provides daily death counts. We summed them up to form weekly death counts.

We thank Andrés N. Robalino for providing us with 2015-2016 data.

Egypt (monthly)

2015 to 2019: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a818&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1
2020: Monthly Bulletin of the Egyptian NSO (CAPMAS): https://www.capmas.gov.eg/Pages/Publications.aspx?page_id=5107&Year=23518 & Egypt in Figures 2021 - Vital: https://www.capmas.gov.eg/Pages/Publications.aspx?page_id=5104&Year=23595

El Salvador (monthly)

2015 to 2020: https://www.laprensagrafica.com/lpgdatos/El-pais-registra-6521-defunciones-mas-que-en-2019-20201116-0083.html

Printed counts were taken as-is from the monthly plot. Other counts were digitized from the plot using WebPlotDigitizer.

Georgia (monthly)

2015-2020: Georgia National Office of Statistics (GEOSTAT): https://www.geostat.ge/en/modules/categories/320/deaths

Access by: Number of Deaths Per Month -> Download XLS file.

Greenland (monthly)

2015-2020: Statistics Greenland StatBank Deaths (monthly): https://bank.stat.gl/pxweb/en/Greenland/Greenland__BE__BE10__BE20/BEXBBDMD1.PX/

Guatemala (weekly)

2015 to 2019: Guatemala Instituto Nacional de Estadística (INE) Estadísticas Vitales https://www.ine.gob.gt/ine/vitales/ Access by: Base de datos, select appropriate year under Año and then select Defunciones.

2020: Public Information Request from Registro Nacional De Las Personas (RENAP).

RENAP information was obtained as daily deaths from January 1st 2020 to December 31st 2020, and aggregated to ISO year and week.

Hong Kong (monthly)

Hong Kong Census and Statistics Department:
2015 to 2018: https://www.censtatd.gov.hk/hkstat/sub/sp160.jsp?productCode=FA100094
2019 to 2020: Hong Kong Monthly Digest of Statistics, https://www.censtatd.gov.hk/hkstat/sub/sp110.jsp?productCode=B1010002

Iran (quarterly)

Iran National Organization for Civil Registration: https://www.sabteahval.ir/avej/Page.aspx?mId=49826&ID=2182&Page=Magazines/SquareshowMagazine
The data are provided in Solar Hirji seasons (Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter). Winter starts on Dec 22, so we count it as the next calendar year (e.g. Winter 1393 as the first entry for 2015).

Ireland (weekly)

2015 to 2019: New York Times: https://github.com/nytimes/covid-19-data/tree/master/excess-deaths
Based on a study by Ireland's Health Information and Quality (HIQA) Authority
2020: Based on the methodology of the HIQA study, we crawled RIP.IE with Gilad Gabiel's script to provide weekly mortality counts for 2020 onward.

Note: According to HIQA study, rip.ie usage is downward-biased in earlier years. To account for this, we have decided to only include data from 2018 onward. Additionally, comparing the estimates from our crawling and HIQA data for the same weeks, our estimates are higher at about 5%, since we do not post-process the data. In order to account for this, our rip.ie estimates are multiplied by 0.95.

Israel (weekly)

Israeli Central Bureau of Statistics: https://www.cbs.gov.il/he/subjects/Pages/%D7%AA%D7%9E%D7%95%D7%AA%D7%94-%D7%95%D7%AA%D7%95%D7%97%D7%9C%D7%AA-%D7%97%D7%99%D7%99%D7%9D.aspx

Jamaica (monthly)

2015: Jamaica Registrar General's 2015 Vital Statistics: https://www.rgd.gov.jm/index.php/vital-statistic
2016 to 2020: Email correspondence with Jamaica Registrar General.

Japan (monthly)

Japanese Government Statistics Portal: https://www.e-stat.go.jp/stat-search/files?page=1&layout=datalist&toukei=00450011&kikan=00450&tstat=000001028897&cycle=1&tclass1=000001053058&tclass2=000001053059&tclass3val=0

Kazakhstan (monthly)

Kazakhstan Bureau of National Statistics 2015 to 2018: Monthly Socio-Economic Development of the Republic of Kazakhstan: https://stat.gov.kz/edition/publication/month?lang=en

2019 to 2020: https://stat.gov.kz/official/industry/61/statistic/7

Direct link to Excel file: https://stat.gov.kz/api/getFile/?docId=ESTAT334793

Thanks to Noah Katz for culling Kazakhstan's data 2015 to 2018.

Thanks to Mikhail Zelenskiy for filling the gaps in 2016 and 2017.

Kosovo (monthly)

2015 - 2020: Kosovo Agency of Statistics Quarterly Bulletin: https://ask.rks-gov.net/en/kosovo-agency-of-statistics/add-news/quarterly-bulletin-q4-2020

2021: https://ask.rks-gov.net/sq/agjencia-e-statistikave-te-kosoves/add-news/statistikat-e-lindjeve-vdekjeve-dhe-kurorezimeve-janar-2021

Kyrgyzstan (monthly)

2015 - 2018: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a417&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1
2019 onwards: National Statistical Committee of the Kyrgyz Republic - The main results of natural population January - December 2020: http://www.stat.kg/kg/statistics/naselenie/

Liechtenstein (monthly)

Liechtenstein Office for Statistics: https://www.llv.li/inhalt/118804/amtsstellen/sonderseite-covid-19

Macao (monthly)

2015 - 2019: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode:65;countryCode:446&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: Macao Special Administrative Region Statistics and Census Service Monthly Bulletin: https://www.dsec.gov.mo/en-US/Home/Publication/MonthlyBulletinOfStatistics

Malaysia (monthly)

Department of Statistics Malaysia:

2015 to 2019: eStatistik: https://newss.statistics.gov.my/newss-portalx/ep/epProductFreeDownloadSearch.seam

Access by selecting: Main Category - Social, Sub-Category - Demography. Publication title is "Vital Statistics Malaysia".

2020: Demographic Statistics Quarterly 2020: https://www.dosm.gov.my/v1/index.php?r=column/ctwoByCat&parent_id=115&menu_id=L0pheU43NWJwRWVSZklWdzQ4TlhUUT09

Mauritius (monthly)

2015 to 2019: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a480&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: Email correspondence with Statistics Mauritius.

Mexico (weekly)

National Institute of Statistics, Geography and Informatics (INEGI) Mexico: 2015 - 2019: https://www.inegi.org.mx/programas/mortalidad/#Datos_abiertos

Mexican Ministry of Health Excess deaths database: 2020 onward: http://www.dgis.salud.gob.mx/contenidos/basesdedatos/da_exceso_mortalidad_mexico_gobmx.html and https://coronavirus.gob.mx/exceso-de-mortalidad-en-mexico/

We wish to thank Mario Romero Zavala & Laurianne Despeghel for helping us obtain this information.

Moldova (monthly)

2015 to 2020: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode:65;countryCode:498&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: Moldova National Bureau of Statistics Quarterly Statistical Bulletin: https://statistica.gov.md/newsview.php?l=en&idc=30&id=6945&parent=0

Mongolia (monthly)

2015: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a496%3brefYear%3a2015&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2016 onward: Mongolian Statistical Information Service: http://www.1212.mn/tables.aspx?tbl_id=DT_NSO_2100_027V2&SOUM_select_all=0&SOUMSingleSelect=_0&YearM_select_all=0&YearMSingleSelect=_202011_202010_202009_202008_202007_202006_202005_202004_202003_202002_202001_202012&viewtype=table

North Macedonia (monthly)

2015 to 2019: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a807&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: North Macedonia State Statistical Office Monthly Bulletin: https://www.stat.gov.mk/PrikaziPublikacija_1_en.aspx?rbr=823

Nicaragua (monthly)

2015 to 2018: Nicaragua Instituto Nacional de Información de Desarrollo (INIDE) Compendio de Estadísticas Vitales: https://www.inide.gob.ni/Home/Compendios

2020 January to June: https://lalupa.press/2020/07/21/nicaragua-reporta-preocupante-aumento-del-40-en-defunciones-en-111-dias/

2020 July to August: http://mapasalud.minsa.gob.ni/

To obtain mortality counts for July and August, we used the MAPASALUD January-August count, and subtracted the January-June counts from the LALUPA source, assuming a uniform distrbution between July and August.

Oman (monthly)

Oman National Center for Statistics and Information 2015 to 2018: Deaths and Births Statistical Bulletin: https://www.ncsi.gov.om/Elibrary/Pages/LibraryContentDetails.aspx?ItemID=L61grnjbbbpxeUKErBemkg%3d%3d

2019 to 2020: Monthly Bulletin: https://www.ncsi.gov.om/Elibrary/Pages/LibraryContentDetails.aspx?ItemID=MgTlAFqddgBeormy3YBZDg%3d%3d

Note: 2019 monthly death counts was smaller at 1020 deaths than total yearly mortality count (Shown in the January 2021 Monthly Bulletin). In order to account for this, all 2019 monthly data was increased by the mean monthly difference of 85. Final official monthly data for 2019 should be available by November 2021.

Panama (monthly)

2015 to 2018: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a591&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2019 to 2020: Email correspondence with Registro Civil - Tribunal Electoral.

Only 69 deaths were recorded in April 2020, this is probably due to disruption in the registry offices, similiary to Bolivia.

Paraguay (monthly)

2015 to 2019: Paraguay Ministry of Health Sub-Sistema Informático de Estadísticas Vitales (SSIEV): http://ssiev.mspbs.gov.py/20170426/defuncion_reportes/ssiev321.php

2020: Email correspondence with General Directorate of Strategic Health Information (DIGIES).

Peru (weekly)

Peruvian Ministry of Health - National Deaths Registration System (SINADEF): https://www.minsa.gob.pe/reunis/data/defunciones_registradas.asp

Peru provides daily death counts. We summed them up to form weekly death counts.

Philippines (monthly)

Philippines Statistics Authority: https://psa.gov.ph/vital-statistics/table

Qatar (monthly)

2015 to 2019: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode:65;countryCode:634&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: Qatar Planning and Statistics Authority Monthly Statistics: https://www.psa.gov.qa/en/statistics1/pages/topicslisting.aspx?parent=General&child=QMS

Russia (monthly)

https://www.fedstat.ru/indicator/33556 (data available from 2006)
The latest month is published on rosstat.gov.ru first and it takes several days for the data to appear on fedstat.ru. The exact URL is always different. For November 2020, the URL is https://rosstat.gov.ru/storage/mediabank/ldMWepjj/edn11-2020.htm.

San Marino (monthly)

2015 to 2020: San Marino Office of Economic Planning, Data Processing and Statistics - Bulletin of Statistics: https://www.statistica.sm/on-line/en/home/publications/bulletin-of-statistics.html

2021: Natural movement of the resident population (monthly): https://www.statistica.sm/on-line/home/dati-statistici/popolazione.html#

Serbia (monthly)

Statistical Office of the Republic of Serbia: https://www.stat.gov.rs/en-us/oblasti/stanovnistvo/rodjeni-i-umrli/

Singapore (monthly)

Department of Statistics Singapore: https://www.tablebuilder.singstat.gov.sg/publicfacing/createDataTable.action?refId=15167

South Africa (weekly)

South Africa Medical Research Council (SAMRC): https://www.samrc.ac.za/reports/report-weekly-deaths-south-africa

South African data is provided in an Epidemiological Week format, which run from Sunday to Saturday.

SAMRC does not publish weekly data for years before 2020. Instead, the 2018--2019 data were used by SAMRC to forecast expected weekly mortality using the Excel Holt-Winters time series forecasting method in Excel function. We denote this forecast as year = 0 in the data.

For additional details, refer to SAMRC (2021): METHODOLOGICAL NOTE: PREDICTED NUMBERS OF DEATHS BY EPI-WEEK FOR SOUTH AFRICA IN 2020 AND 2021, available at: https://www.samrc.ac.za/sites/default/files/files/2021-01-24/Methodological%20Note%20on%20Predicted%20Weekly%20Deaths%2020_Jan_2021.pdf

Sweden (weekly)

Statistics Sweden - Preliminary Statistics on Deaths (2015 onward, daily): https://scb.se/en/About-us/news-and-press-releases/follow-the-preliminary-statistics-on-deaths/

Note: Sweden has a significant number of deaths which occurred in an "unknown" date (and thus week) in all years. However, 95% these have a known month of death. In order to account for this, we have adjusted the daily number of deaths in Sweden by the difference between monthly deaths from daily deaths and total monthly deaths, and the residual with unknown month, distributed throughout the year. For example, the sum of daily deaths in April 2020 is 10376. The total monthly deaths in April 2020 is 10555, which yields a daily mean difference of 5.97 added to each day in April 2020. The 254 additional deaths in 2020 with unknown month, were distributed uniformly across months and then daily within each month. Thus, each day in April 2020 is increased by 6.67 deaths.

Weekly deaths in Sweden have been rounded to one significant digit to emphasize they were adjusted.

Taiwan (monthly)

Taiwan Ministry of the Interior Monthly Bulletin of Interior Statistics: https://ws.moi.gov.tw/001/Upload/400/relfile/0/4413/fb872a90-4ab8-4752-bf7b-7bcd890da5f3/month/month.html

Taiwan also has weekly data from STMF, but it is less updated, so we opted to keep the monthly data for now.

Tajikistan (quarterly)

Tajikistan Agency on Statistics: 2015 to 2019: Demographic Yearbook of the Republic of Tajikistan 2021 (paper copy): https://www.stat.tj/en/news/publications/demographic-yearbook-of-the-republic-of-tajikistan

Monthly counts were aggregated to quarterly counts.

2020 Q1 to Q3: UNData MBS (as crude death rates): https://unstats.un.org/unsd/mbs/app/DataView.aspx?tid=3&cid=762&yearfrom=2020&yearto=2021&p=A Crude death rates were transformed to mortality counts by using the UNDATA Mid-Year Population estimate for Tajikistan 2020 which is 9,392,000.

2020Q4 was derived as the difference between total yearly deaths in 2020 (41743) and sum of 2020Q1-2020Q3.

We wish to thank the reporters from Eurasianet for providing us this information.

Transnistria (monthly)

Transnistria State Statistics Service Statistical information bulletin: http://mer.gospmr.org/gosudarstvennaya-sluzhba-statistiki/informacziya/informaczionnyj-statisticheskij-byulleten.html

Social and economic development of the PMR: http://mer.gospmr.org/gosudarstvennaya-sluzhba-statistiki/informacziya/o-soczialno-ekonomicheskom-polozhenii-pmr.html

Tunisia (weekly)

Tunisia National Institute of statistics Recent dynamics of mortality in Tunisia: http://www.ins.tn/fr/publication/dynamique-r%C3%A9cente-de-la-mortalit%C3%A9-en-tunisie

The data from the report's figure 1 was digitized using WebPlotDigitizer.

Uruguay (weekly)

Uruguay Ministry of Public Health - Surveillance of all-cause mortality.
The report presents weekly deaths in 2020 and a forecast of expected deaths based on the median of weekly deaths in 2015-2019 up to week 30. The data from the report's figure 3 was digitized using WebPlotDigitizer.

We denote this forecast as year = 0 in the data.

Thailand (monthly)

2015 onward: Official Statistics Registration Systems: https://stat.bora.dopa.go.th/stat/statnew/statMenu/newStat/home.php

Ukraine (monthly)

2015 to 2018: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a804&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2020: State Statistics Office of Ukraine: http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/
Access by: Statistical Information -> Population and migration -> Number of live births, deaths, by region

2019 data can be found following links from: http://www.ukrstat.gov.ua/express/expr2020/expres_2020.html

Uzbekistan (monthly)

2015 to 2018: UNData: http://data.un.org/Data.aspx?d=POP&f=tableCode%3a65%3bcountryCode%3a860&c=2,3,6,8,10,12,13,14&s=_countryEnglishNameOrderBy:asc,refYear:desc,areaCode:asc&v=1

2019 to 2020: Uzbekistan State Committee on Statistics - Demographic situation January - December (Direct link to PDF): https://www.stat.uz/images/uploads/docs/demografiya_uz_18012021.pdf

United States (weekly)

2015--2016: STMF, see above.
From 2017: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: https://data.cdc.gov/api/views/xkkf-xrst/rows.csv
We use the 'predicted' (weighted) time series that accounts for underreporting in recent weeks. See https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/nvss/vsrr/covid19/excess_deaths.htm for more information.
We remove the last weeks (usually two) that are marked at https://gis.cdc.gov/grasp/fluview/mortality.html as being <90% complete.


Currently unused sources

Below are listed some sources that are currently not used for this dataset.

Ireland (quarterly)

Ireland Central Statistics Office: https://data.cso.ie/table/VSQ01

Romania (monthly)

The monthly numbers for Romania are not used because we prefer the weekly numbers from EuroStat.

National Institute of Statistics: https://insse.ro/cms/ro/comunicate-de-presa-view?field_categorie_value_i18n%5B%5D=15&field_cuvinte_cheie_value=&created=7&items_per_page=10

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