Table 4

Swiss 2018 population and COVID-19 cohorts

SexAgeMortality
Absolute 2018Absolute SARS-CoV-2Relative (RM)
Female352 (2–3)43 (28–66)17 (11–26)
405 (4–5)77 (52–114)17 (11–25)
459 (8–9)138 (97–197)16 (11–23)
5016 (15–17)247 (180–341)16 (11–22)
5529 (27–31)444 (334–591)15 (11–20)
6054 (51–57)796 (618–1 026)15 (11–19)
65100 (96–105)1 426 (1 139–1 784)14 (11–18)
70185 (178–193)2 547 (2 086–3 108)14 (11–17)
75343 (331–355)4 529 (3 783–5 418)13 (11–16)
80633 (613–655)7 989 (6 757–9 434)13 (11–15)
851 169 (1 130–1 209)13 893 (11 816–16 299)12 (10–14)
902 152 (2 073–2 234)23 563 (20 057–27 569)11 (9–13)
953 946 (3 781–4 118)38 289 (32 649–44 541)10 (8–11)
Male354 (3–4)82 (55–121)22 (15–33)
407 (6–7)147 (103–210)21 (15–31)
4513 (12–14)264 (191–364)21 (15–29)
5024 (22–25)474 (356–630)20 (15–27)
5544 (41–46)849 (660–1 093)19 (15–25)
6081 (77–85)1 520 (1 218–1 897)19 (15–24)
65149 (143–156)2 715 (2 235–3 295)18 (15–22)
70276 (266–286)4 824 (4 061–5 726)17 (15–21)
75510 (493–527)8 499 (7 266–9 930)17 (14–19)
80941 (910–973)14 748 (12 707–17 085)16 (14–18)
851 734 (1 673–1 797)24 922 (21 519–28 758)14 (12–17)
903 185 (3 059–3 317)40 246 (34 828–46 169)13 (11–14)
955 814 (5 549–6 091)60 349 (52 823–67 987)10 (9–12)
  • Estimated number of deaths per 100 000 hypothetical females or males with corresponding age. Population mortality in the Swiss 2018 cohort (absolute 2018), mortality in the Swiss COVID-19 cohort (absolute SARS-CoV-2), and the relative SARS-CoV-2 mortality (RM, the ratio of the second to the first column). CIs were obtained from 95% confidence bands given in figure 3.

  • RM, relative mortality.