Mortality and life duration of the population of Georgia under COVID 19 conditions (საქართველოს მოსახლეობის მოკვდაობა და სიცოცხლის ხანგრძლივობა კოვიდ 19-ის პირობებში)

Abstract
• As a result of the pandemic, the negative natural increase in 2019-2020 was 4017 persons. In 2020, 2587 people died due to the COVID, including 1458 men (56.4%) and 1129 women (43.6%); • The average life expectancy in Georgia as a result of COVID in 2019-2020 decreased by 0.6 years, including men - by 0.6 years, and women - by 0.5 years; • COVID mortality becomes statistically significant after 40 years, before that only 27 cases of death were recorded; • The sex-age pattern of mortality as a result of COVID, differs from other causes. In the case of COVID, , the “ mortality” of men increases compared to women after 40 years and reaches a maximum at the age of 65-69, after which it begins to decline. For other reasons, men's “mortality” systematically decreases with age; • Among the regions, COVID-19 caused the most damage to Adjara, Racha-Lechkhumi and Kvemo Svaneti, where the average life expectancy was reduced by 2.2 years more than other regions, which should become a subject of discussions by the relevant authorities.
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Keywords
საქართველო, მოკვდაობა, სიცოცხლის ხანგრძძლივობა, კოვიდ - 19
Citation
International Scientific Conference Dedicated to the Establishment of the University and the 100th Anniversary of the Faculty of Economics and Business “Covid 19 Pandemic and Economics”, Tbilisi, 2022, pp. 450-457
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