Coronavirus: Europe experienced a new peak in excess mortality in autumn 2021

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In Belgium, excess mortality remained relatively limited, with 16.3% more deaths compared to the same period before the pandemic. The highest excess mortality was recorded in Bulgaria (+88%), followed by Romania (+84%).

Since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic in Europe in March 2020, the European Union has experienced three peaks in excess mortality. In April 2020, the statistics showed 25% more deaths compared to the average for the months of April from 2016 to 2019. In November 2020, the excess mortality reached 40% more, then 21% in April 2021. November, it rose to 27%.

In July this year, the average excess death rate hit its lowest level in 18 months, at 5.6%, but it has been gradually increasing since then.

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