Data file (.xlsx)

Explanatory notes (.pdf)


Summary Information

File content:

  • Daily cumulative COVID-19 tested deaths, regardless of the cause of death, by 10 year age groups and by sex seperately
  • Daily cumulative deaths where COVID-19 is the underlined cause of death on the death certificate, by 10-year age groups and sex
  • Daily cumulative deaths where COVID-19 is the underlined cause of death on the death certificate, according to the place of death
  • Daily cumulative deaths age and sex combined, all places of deaths included, according to the date of occurrence of the death 

Source(s) :

Public Health Agency of Sweden (PHAS)
Conseil national de la santé et du bien-être (NBHW)


All published data files since 4 June 2020

Documentation (in Swedish)

Description of data sources for COVID-19 deaths
From 8  January to 14 January 2021
From 29 December to 7 January 2021
From 18 December to 28 December 2020
From 11 December to 17 December 2020
From 4 December to 10 December 2020
From 27 November to 3 December 2020
From 20 November to 26 November 2020
From 13 November to 19 November 2020
From 6 November to 12 November 2020
From 30 October to 5 November 2020
From 23 October to 29 October 2020
From 16 October to 22 October 2020
From 9 October to 15 October 2020
From 2 October to 8 October 2020 
From 23 September to 1 October 2020
From 16 September to 22 September 2020
From 9 September to 15 September 2020
From 2 September to 8 September 2020
From 26 August to 1 September 2020
From 19 August to 25 August 2020
From 12 August to 18 August 2020
From 5 August to 11 August 2020
From 29 July to 4 August 2020
From 22 July to 28 July 2020
From 15 July to 21 July 2020
From 9 July to 14 July 2020
From 2 July to 8 July 2020
From 25 June to 1 July 2020
From 18 June to 24 June 2020
From 11 June to 17 June 2020
Du 4 juin au 10 juin 2020
From 28 May to 3 June 2020
From 21 May to 27 May 2020
Up to 20 May 2020



Before reading and analysing these data, we invite readers to refer to the methodological sheets made available for each country. Three key elements are likely to have an impact on the counts in the countries:

  • The place of death (home, institution, hospital): the frequency, recording and reporting according to these places may differ from one country to another (epidemiological surveillance system, recording of hospital activity, statistics on deaths by cause). In many countries, the first results only concern hospital deaths.
  • The method of collection and the delay in reporting the counts: depending on the place of death or the region, the method of collection and its regularity may vary and may involve humps related to day-to-day catching up of death information (e.g. after weekends); the daily total of COVID-19 related death does not include the deaths of the day not yet reported in national statistics and includes deaths of previous days just published.
  • Identification of deaths by COVID-19: the cause of death by COVID-19 can be certified by different biological tests, by clinical diagnosis, by mentioning the infection on the death certificate, etc. Patients who died in hospital were generally tested beforehand on admission. Deaths at home or in institutions can be qualified in various ways.