In the 1980s and 1990s, there were 85 000 deaths a year on average. The lowest number of deaths in Austria was recorded at 74 292 in 2004, rising by 897 to 75 189 in 2005. From 2006 to 2017 the number of deaths ranged between 74 295 (2006) and 83 975 (2018). In 2019, the annual total of deaths accounted for 83 386, which translated in a death rate of 9.4 per 1,000 of the population.
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|18.02.2021||Number of deaths continues to decline, mortality 1.4% above five-year average|
|18.02.2021||Births and deaths in 2020: 7 024 more deaths than births|
|11.02.2021||Number of deaths decreases again; still 13% over five-year average|
|04.02.2021||Number of deaths 12.7% higher than the average of the previous five years in 3rd week of 2021|
|28.01.2021||Number of deaths remains on same level, excess mortality declining|
|21.01.2021||Number of deaths continues to decline in the new year|
|14.01.2021||More than 90 000 deaths in Austria in 2020; life expectancy declines in the pandemic|
|08.01.2021||Number of deaths declines but remains on a high level|
|18.12.2020||Number of deaths continues to be high|
|03.12.2020||Highest number of deaths in a single calendar week in 42 years|
|06.07.2020||1 566 more births than deaths in 2019|
|20.04.2020||Deaths of older people above average from 16 March to 5 April 2020|
|27.02.2020||Births and deaths in 2019: 1 918 more newborns than deaths|
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