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  1. Excess mortality again in August
  2. 1 out of 8 deaths in 2020 due to COVID-19
  3. Tourism on Bonaire seems to be picking up; 9 thousand visitors in June
  4. Slightly more weekly deaths among 65 to 79-year-olds in July than expected
  5. More asylum seekers and following relatives in Q2 2021
  6. Population growth picks up again
  7. Nearly 11 thousand more deaths than expected during second wave
  8. Undermortality in week 25
  9. Mortality in week 24 virtually unchanged
  10. Lower mortality in week 23
  11. Excess mortality again in week 22
  12. Mortality as of week 20 also lower among people under 80
  13. Boys happier than girls on Bonaire and Saba
  14. Mortality in week 19 slightly lower
  15. Mortality in week 17 higher than expected
  16. Population up by 12.8 thousand in Q1 2021
  17. Most young people rate their health as good
  18. Caribbean Netherlands: more births in 2020
  19. Excess mortality among people under 80 in week 15
  20. Mortality in week 14 higher than expected
  21. Labour participation of status holders stagnating
  22. 3.9 thousand COVID-19 deaths in December 2020
  23. In week 12, an estimated 3,100 deaths
  24. 20 years of gay marriage in the Netherlands: 20 thousand couples
  25. In week 11, an estimated 3,100 deaths
  26. Mortality in week 10 roughly the same as expected
  27. Decline in mortality continued in week 9
  28. Nearly 3.2 thousand COVID-19 deaths in November 2020
  29. 2.4 million can vote by mail in the coming elections
  30. Mortality in week 8 lower than expected
  31. Mortality not declining further in week 7
  32. Time varying correlations in state space models
  33. Mortality further down, number of deaths in week 6 as expected
  34. Mortality declining further in week 5
  35. Mortality slightly lower in week 4
  36. Population forecast, Caribbean Netherlands 2020-2050
  37. 2020: nearly 169 thousand deaths, 10 percent more than expected
  38. Mortality still elevated: 3,800 deaths in week 3
  39. Mortality slightly down in week 2, remains high
  40. Almost 4 thousand deaths in first week of 2021
  41. Week 52: mortality further up among long-term care users
  42. Population growth halved in 2020