Weekly Cumulative All-Cause Mortality by Calendar Year
These charts shows the weekly cumulative excess deaths by calendar year from all-causes for the United States and its states over time.
Georgia reported 71,395 deaths, for the 52 weeks of year 2020 (65+ years of age). Expected deaths were 59,921. That is an increase of +11,474 deaths (+19.1%).
Georgia reported 75,784 deaths for the 52 weeks of year 2021 (65+ years of age). Expected deaths were 60,978. That is an increase of +14,806 deaths (+24.3%).
Georgia reported 71,482 deaths for the 52 weeks of year 2022 (65+ years of age). Expected deaths were 61,987. That is an increase of +9,495 deaths (+15.3%).
Year to date, Georgia reported 25,166 deaths for the 19 weeks of year 2023 (65+ years of age). Expected deaths were 24,140. That is an increase of +1,026 deaths (+4.3%).
These are raw undadjusted numbers as reported by CDC. Excess is calculated by substracting deaths from the baseline. The baseline is calculated as the pre-pandemic average of 2015-2019 adjusted for the linear trend (linear regression). Striked out series can be toggled by clicking on the legend. USMortality uses a projection algorithm to account for the delay in reporting based on up to 8 weeks of previous reports. The figures, are not suitable forcomparison between states, as they do not normalize for differences in population size and age structure.