Vienna Institute of Demography (Ed.)


Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2022

Demographic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences

ISSN 1728-4414
Print Edition
ISSN 1728-5305
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8882-7
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-9003-5
Online Edition
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2022 
2022, ONLINE FIRST 
Open access


Research Articles

Effects of income inequality on COVID-19 infections and deaths during the first wave of the pandemic: Evidence from European countries
David A. Sánchez-Páez

Assessing the generational impact of COVID-19 using National Transfer Accounts (NTAs)
Miguel Sánchez-Romero

The mathematics of the reproduction number R for Covid-19: A primer for demographers
Luis Rosero-Bixby - Tim Miller

Pitfalls and solutions in case fatality risk estimation – A multi-country analysis on the effects of demographics, surveillance, time lags between case reports and deaths and healthcare system capacity on COVID-19 CFR estimates
Patrizio Vanella - Christian Wiessner - Anja Holz - Gérard Krause - Annika Möhl - Sarah Wiegel - Berit Lange - Heiko Becher

COVID-19 and relationship quality: Emotional, paid work and organizational spheres
Daniela Bellani - Daniele Vignoli

Narratives of the future and fertility decision-making in uncertain times. An application to the COVID-19 pandemic
Raffaele Guetto - Giacomo Bazzani - Daniele Vignoli

Cognitive schemas and fertility motivations in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic
Wendy D. Manning - Karen Benjamin Guzzo - Monica A. Longmore - Peggy C. Giordano

Human costs of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the major epicentres in Italy
Simone Ghislandi - Raya Muttarak - Markus Sauerberg - Benedetta Scotti

Excess mortality and COVID-19 in Sweden in 2020: A demographic account
Martin Kolk - Sven Drefahl - Matthew Wallace - Gunnar Andersson

Regional COVID-19 mortality in Brazil by age
Emerson A. Baptista - Bernardo L. Queiroz - Everton E. C. Lima

Are homicides and robberies associated with mortality due to COVID-19? Lessons from Urban Mexico
Claudia Masferrer - Oscar Rodríguez Chávez

Data and Trends

Assessing excess mortality in Vienna and Austria after the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
Ramon Bauer - Markus Speringer - Peter Frühwirt - Roman Seidl - Franz Trautinger

COVID-19 in Hong Kong: Policies and community actions mitigate the effects of age structure and population density
Zilin Li - Stuart A. Gietel-Basten - Rachel Ganly - Christian Joy Pattawi Cruz

Rapid changes in birth counts in Brazilian major cities during the COVID-19 pandemic
Everton C. Lima - Camila F. Soares - José H. C. Monteiro da Silva

Pregnancies and contraceptive use in four African countries during the COVID-19 pandemic
Andreas Backhaus

Why did care home residents face an elevated risk of death from COVID-19?
A demographic perspective using data from Belgium and from England and Wales
Nicole Mun Sim Lai

Comparing the loss of life expectancy at birth during the 2020 and 1918 pandemics in six European countries
Valentin Rousson - Fred Paccaud - Isabella Locatelli

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Vienna Institute of Demography (Ed.)


Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2022

Demographic aspects of the COVID-19 pandemic and its consequences

ISSN 1728-4414
Print Edition
ISSN 1728-5305
Online Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-8882-7
Print Edition
ISBN 978-3-7001-9003-5
Online Edition
Vienna Yearbook of Population Research 2022 
2022, ONLINE FIRST 
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Emerson A. Baptista, Bernardo L. Queiroz, Everton E. C. Lima
PDF Icon  Regional COVID-19 mortality in Brazil by age ()

doi:10.1553/populationyearbook2022.res2.3

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Abstract:
In this study, we use ternary color-coding to visualize and compare the age structure of deaths from COVID-19 in Brazilian meso-regions using the tricolore package in R, in two different phases of the pandemic. The analysis of the age profile is important to better understand the dynamics of the pandemic, and how it has affected the population over age 25, according to age groups (25–59, 60–79 and >80 years) and subpopulations of the country. The analysis focuses on the first wave of the pandemic, until the end of 2020, and the more recent wave. Overall, the results suggest that when the two recent waves of the pandemic are compared, different spatial patterns in the distribution of deaths across the country by sex and by age emerge. While the distribution of deaths is found to be concentrated at older ages, we also observe in the more recent period some areas of the country with a concentration of deaths among younger adults. The analysis further indicates that even in areas with a younger population age structure, which could act as a protective factor against complications, the age pattern of mortality is very heterogeneous, and we do not find a clearly defined age and spatial pattern. Our results highlight the importance of looking at the distribution of COVID-19 mortality across small areas, and show that there are many different levels of the pandemic in Brazil at the same time, rather than just one.

Keywords:  COVID-19; mortality; age structure; ternary color-coding; mesoregions; Brazil
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Research Articles

Effects of income inequality on COVID-19 infections and deaths during the first wave of the pandemic: Evidence from European countries
David A. Sánchez-Páez

Assessing the generational impact of COVID-19 using National Transfer Accounts (NTAs)
Miguel Sánchez-Romero

The mathematics of the reproduction number R for Covid-19: A primer for demographers
Luis Rosero-Bixby - Tim Miller

Pitfalls and solutions in case fatality risk estimation – A multi-country analysis on the effects of demographics, surveillance, time lags between case reports and deaths and healthcare system capacity on COVID-19 CFR estimates
Patrizio Vanella - Christian Wiessner - Anja Holz - Gérard Krause - Annika Möhl - Sarah Wiegel - Berit Lange - Heiko Becher

COVID-19 and relationship quality: Emotional, paid work and organizational spheres
Daniela Bellani - Daniele Vignoli

Narratives of the future and fertility decision-making in uncertain times. An application to the COVID-19 pandemic
Raffaele Guetto - Giacomo Bazzani - Daniele Vignoli

Cognitive schemas and fertility motivations in the U.S. during the COVID-19 pandemic
Wendy D. Manning - Karen Benjamin Guzzo - Monica A. Longmore - Peggy C. Giordano

Human costs of the first wave of the COVID-19 pandemic in the major epicentres in Italy
Simone Ghislandi - Raya Muttarak - Markus Sauerberg - Benedetta Scotti

Excess mortality and COVID-19 in Sweden in 2020: A demographic account
Martin Kolk - Sven Drefahl - Matthew Wallace - Gunnar Andersson

Regional COVID-19 mortality in Brazil by age
Emerson A. Baptista - Bernardo L. Queiroz - Everton E. C. Lima

Are homicides and robberies associated with mortality due to COVID-19? Lessons from Urban Mexico
Claudia Masferrer - Oscar Rodríguez Chávez

Data and Trends

Assessing excess mortality in Vienna and Austria after the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic
Ramon Bauer - Markus Speringer - Peter Frühwirt - Roman Seidl - Franz Trautinger

COVID-19 in Hong Kong: Policies and community actions mitigate the effects of age structure and population density
Zilin Li - Stuart A. Gietel-Basten - Rachel Ganly - Christian Joy Pattawi Cruz

Rapid changes in birth counts in Brazilian major cities during the COVID-19 pandemic
Everton C. Lima - Camila F. Soares - José H. C. Monteiro da Silva

Pregnancies and contraceptive use in four African countries during the COVID-19 pandemic
Andreas Backhaus

Why did care home residents face an elevated risk of death from COVID-19?
A demographic perspective using data from Belgium and from England and Wales
Nicole Mun Sim Lai

Comparing the loss of life expectancy at birth during the 2020 and 1918 pandemics in six European countries
Valentin Rousson - Fred Paccaud - Isabella Locatelli



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