Cyprus - Completeness of total death reporting (% of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths)

Completeness of total death reporting (% of reported total deaths to estimated total deaths) in Cyprus was at 71.97 % in 2010, according to the World Bank collection of development indicators, compiled from officially recognized sources.



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Completeness of total death reporting is the number of total deaths reported by national statistics authorities to the United Nations Statistics Division's Demography Yearbook divided by the number of total deaths estimated by the United Nations Population Division.


Cyprus | Health

Female population 00-04
32000 Persons
Male population 00-04
34000 Persons
Female population 05-09
31000 Persons
Male population 05-09
33000 Persons
Female population 10-14
31000 Persons
Male population 10-14
33000 Persons
Female population 15-19
36000 Persons
Male population 15-19
38000 Persons
Female population 20-24
46000 Persons
Male population 20-24
50000 Persons
Female population 25-29
45000 Persons
Male population 25-29
51000 Persons
Female population 30-34
48000 Persons
Male population 30-34
55000 Persons
Female population 35-39
44000 Persons
Male population 35-39
50000 Persons
Female population 40-44
40000 Persons
Male population 40-44
43000 Persons
Female population 45-49
38000 Persons
Male population 45-49
39000 Persons
Female population 50-54
36000 Persons
Male population 50-54
38000 Persons
Female population 55-59
35000 Persons
Male population 55-59
36000 Persons
Female population 60-64
31000 Persons
Male population 60-64
31000 Persons
Female population 65-69
27000 Persons
Male population 65-69
25000 Persons
Female population 70-74
21000 Persons
Male population 70-74
18000 Persons
Female population 75-79
16000 Persons
Male population 75-79
13000 Persons
Male population 80+
14000 Persons