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Variation in excess mortalityacross the federal states of Germany during the Covid-19 pandemic: the role of reported morbidity and selected structural factors

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The International Laboratory for Population and Health invites you to participate in the Seminar: "Variation in excess mortalityacross the federal states of Germany during the Covid-19 pandemic: the role of reported morbidity and selected structural factors"

Presenter: Marina Kolobova, Laboratory of Demographic Data, Max Planck Institute for Demographic Research

Abstract

The intra-annual excess mortality is a reliable measure of human losses due to short-term risk factors such as epidemics or heat waves. The COVID-19 pandemic highlighted the importance of this measure. Both temporal and spatial variations are important for monitoring the pandemic. Previous studies on Germany suggested that mortality and morbidity due to the COVID-19 pandemic show a substantial regional variation. This paper provides a systematic analysis of the excess mortality during the COVID-19 pandemic by German federal states in 2020-2021, and its association with reported morbidity and selected state-level structural indicators.


Working language: Russian

Time: September 29, at 16:00

Venue: 3, Bol'shoj Trehsvjatitel'skij pereulok, Room 519 and online on the Zoom platform (please, see INSTRUCTION)

Please, register via link

The day before the webinar, a link for a zoom conference will be sent to registered participants.


If you have any problems with registration to the webinar, please email Vera Sokolovavsokolova@hse.ru