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Municipality issues statistics on deaths in ’19

Municipality issues statistics on deaths in ’19 : Google
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Statistics issued by the Funeral Affairs Department of the Kuwait Municipality show a total of 8,072 funeral services were carried out by the Municipality during 2019, including 4,720 Kuwaitis and 3,352 other nationalities, reports Al-Rai daily.

The statistics, a copy of which has been obtained by the daily, show that the Sulaibikhat Cemetery saw the burial of 2,337 Kuwaitis and 2,297 people of other nationalities including 979 children, while the Ja’afari Cemetery laid to rest 765 Kuwaitis and 371 people of other nationalities, including 186 children, and in the Jahra Cemetery, 387 Kuwaitis and 208 people of other nationalities were laid to rest including 203 children and the Sabhan Cemetery saw the burial of 1,320 Kuwaitis and 289 other nationalities including 501 children.


The statistics indicated 3,810 men, including 1,899 Kuwaitis and 1,911 people of other nationalities died in 2019, while the women accounted for 2,262 women, including 1,618 Kuwaiti and 644 women of other nationalities.

With regard to children, the statistics showed, 2,000 children died including 1,203 Kuwaitis and 797 of other nationalities

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Category: #Government, #Kuwait News | 2020/01/12 latest update at 4:04 PM
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