13m excess deaths worldwide during the pandemic

Modelling covid-19’s death toll
There have been 7m-13m excess deaths worldwide during the pandemic

The rich world suffered relatively badly, but most of the dying has been elsewhereBriefingMay 15th 2021 edition

Global estimated daily excess deaths*

v confirmed covid-19 deaths, ’000

60

Daily estimated

excess deaths*

50

40

Confidence

intervals

30

20

10

Daily confirmed

covid-19 deaths

0

2020

2021

Europe, United States, Canada & Oceania

10

0

2021

2020

Latin America & Caribbean

10

0

2020

2021

Africa

10

0

2021

2020

Asia

40

30

20

10

0

2020

2021

*Deaths relative to expected deaths in normal years

Sources: Johns Hopkins University CSSE;

The Economist excess-deaths model

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