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## 07995: Deaths, by sex, age and week. Preliminary figures 2000 - 2024

Anders Sønstebø, Statistics Norway
+47 466 63 774
Magnus Haug, Statistics Norway
+47 40811491
2024-07-16 08:00
Deaths:
persons
Deaths:
End of each week
Statistics Norway
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The figures are preliminary, and especially the figures for the most recent week are too low. The table cannot be summed to find the number of deaths for individual years.