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One in three European regions have higher COVID-19 deaths in second wave

By |December 14th, 2020|Tags: , |

Compared to the first wave in spring, excess deaths this autumn are less concentrated in a few hard-hit regions. As Europe’s second wave begins to pass its peak, we’ve gathered data from over 750 regions in Europe so as to track the real toll of the pandemic.

Almost all European regions have managed to bring excess deaths down

By |August 24th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

As summer nears its end, it is becoming possible to evaluate the coronavirus pandemic’s toll on European regions over nearly six months. We have analysed data from 776 subnational regions to better understand where the virus is continuing to hit hard.

A fraction of European regions account for a majority of COVID-19 deaths

By |June 24th, 2020|Tags: , , , |

We have gathered data on excess deaths from 500 European regions to better understand the spread of the virus. Some regions report up to three times as many deaths as usual since March, but a large part of Europe has been able to live through the first wave of the pandemic without any significant excess death.

Fewer die from HIV across Europe, except for some regions

By |May 13th, 2020|Tags: , , |

HIV has decreased more than any other cause of death in Europe, with deaths dropping by nearly a third between 2011 and 2016. However, parts of eastern Europe are in the grip of a new epidemic. In this report we look closer at HIV-related deaths across Europe region by region.

Child births: only 13 out of 328 regions in Europe above replacement level

By |December 11th, 2019|Tags: , |

To keep a country’s population stable from one generation to the next, at least two children should be born per woman. But how many European regions pass that threshold? In this report we look closer at the fertility rates across Europe region by region.

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