PhD student investigates causes of premature birthArticles
On 18 January 2022, Eduardo Villamor Martinez obtained his PhD cum laude from Maastricht University.
Higher population growth due to more immigration in Q1Articles
In the first quarter of 2022, the population of the Netherlands increased by 49.8 thousand. This is considered strong growth for a first quarter.
Fewer deaths in the last week of DecemberArticles
In the last week of December 2021 (week 52), the estimated number of deaths stood at slightly under 3,500
An institution in which medical specialist help and nursing care is on offer for a particular illness or affliction, or to people in a certain group.
Over 19 thousand COVID-19 deaths in 2021Articles
In 2021, a total of 19.4 thousand people died due to COVID-19.
Again excess mortality in week 50, but fewer deathsArticles
In the third week of December (week 50: 13 to 19 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,100.
Proximity to facilities; distances by car, regionalFigures
Distances to and number of facilities: healthcare, retail, leisure, schools and culture per municipality and other regional classifications
Deaths; underlying cause of death (shortlist), sex, ageFigures
Deaths among the Dutch population by main primary causes of death, age (at time of death) and sex
Mortality slightly lower, but again excess deaths in week 49Articles
In the second week of December (week 49: 6 to 12 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,100.
Labour participation among young men restoredArticles
More young men have started working over the past two years. For a long time, net labour participation among young men lagged behind the female rate.
Population growth almost back to pre-pandemic levelArticles
The Dutch population grew by an estimated 118 thousand in 2021, to nearly 17.6 million. This is 50 thousand higher than in 2020. Immigration was up and emigration down. Mortality was at the same level...
1,250 more deaths than expected in week 48Articles
In the first week of December (week 48, 29 November to 5 December 2021 inclusive), the estimated number of deaths stood at 4,300.
Regional impact of COVID-19Other
The recent coronavirus outbreak affects virtually all people in the Netherlands. Certainly, the effects will also be visible in statistics that are being produced by Statistics Netherlands in the future.
An officially recognised institution for intramural health care, where patients with a specific physical disease are provided with one or more forms of specialist medical treatment and nursing and care...
Nearly 1,100 more deaths than expected in last week of NovemberArticles
The estimated number of deaths in the last week of November (week 47, i.e. 22 to 28 November inclusive) stands at nearly 4,100.
How many deaths are registered per week?Other
On a weekly basis, mortality in the Netherlands stands at 2,900 on average. It tends to be higher in winter than in summer.
CBS explores possible privacy preserving techniques with universitiesArticles
Statistics Netherlands (CBS) is constantly looking for new methods and techniques to meet the steadily growing demand for statistical information.
Collective labour agreement sector governmentOther
The collective labour agreement (CAO in Dutch) sector government includes all public enterprises such as general government, municipalities, water boards and public education. Also included are the police,...
Nearly 900 more deaths than expected in week 46Articles
In week 46 (15 to 21 November inclusive), the number of deaths stood at nearly 3,850.
Nearly 850 more deaths than expected in week 45Articles
In week 45 (8 to 14 November inclusive), the number of deaths stood at over 3,750.
Government expenditure and consumption; functions, transactions, sectorsFigures
Government expenditure and final consumption by function (COFOG): General public services, defense, health, education and social protection