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CSB starts to publish weekly data on the number of deaths in Latvia
With the rapid increase in the number of deaths in Latvia, the CSB is starting to publish weekly data on the number of deaths. Data are published in breakdown by sex, by age and by region.
The collection of statistics includes information on the population number and changes thereof, as well as gender, age and ethnic composition of population, demographic burden, number of marriages and divorces, fertility, mortality, long-term migration, and citizenship. The key data are shown in dynamics.
The collection of statistics gives analytical information and the key indicators characterising composition of, consumption expenditure, consumption of food products in 2019 and in comparison with the previous survey year – 2016. The statistics is published on the country as a whole as well as in breakdown by urban and rural area, region, and different household groups. The publication is supplemented with summary tables of the key indicators.
In Latvia, 43.2% of families are raising minor children
In preparation for the Population and Housing Census 2021 from administrative data sources, the Central Statistical Bureau is starting to publish statistics on families and the level of education of the population.
The collection of statistics covers information on the number of children births and deaths, as well as age composition, state of health, education, social protection thereof, risk of material deprivation and monetary poverty in households with children, economic activity of children, use of information technologies, violence against children and children in conflict with law in 2018 and in comparison, with the previous years.
The brochure contains tables and graphs depicting information on the social and economic situation in Latvia. The data are based on the provisional statistical information and covers the year 2019 in comparison with the previous years.
The publication “Women and men in the Baltic States” aims to improving knowledge about differences and similarities between the lives of women and men in the Baltic countries.