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Basic demographic estimates:
2019, 2020, 2021 population: 122153, 123295, 124437 × 103 (MoHFW (p160ff))
Yearly population growth: 0.93%
2018/19 crude death rate: 5.5, 5.4 (SRS 2018 (Table 1), SRS 2019 (Table 8))
CRS-SRS level of death registration (2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019): 98.6%, 94.8%, 94.4%, 100%, 100% (CRS 2019, Statement 21)
NFHS-5 level of death registration: 89.9% (NFHS-5 national report, Table 2.19)
NFHS-5: factsheet, full state report

Mortality report :
Whole state (2021-08-22): factsheet on all cause mortality in Maharashtra

Mortality data :
Civil registration data monthly from Jan 2018 to May 2021: in online system(?) & with gender breakdown
Civil registration data Mumbai monthly: Jan-May, 2017; Jan-September 2018 and 2019, all months in 2020, Jan-May 2021. Yearly totals from 2015 to 2020.
Crematorium/graveyard data Nagpur Monthly from April to December 2019 and 2020

Articles on mortality:
The Times of India (2021-03-16). [Mumbai][CRS data]. Whole of 2020, compared to 2019 (or earlier)
The Indian Express (2021-09-09). [Mumbai][CRS data]. March 1 to July 31, 2020, compared to the same period in 2019
The Times of India (2021-07-01). [Mumbai][CRS data]. April 2021 compared to previous years (plus same data from Jan-March 2021).
The Times of India (2020-12-08). [Nagpur][crematorium/graveyard data]. April to September 2020 compared to the same period during the previous year
The Times of India (2021-04-21). [Nagpur][crematorium/graveyard data]. March 2021 compared to previous years
The Hindu (2021-08-04). [whole state] [CRS data]. Registered deaths during the pandemic in the online civil registration system compared with previous years

Cases and recorded deaths (from covid19india.org and covid19bharat.org):
All time:
COVID trajectory

Recent COVID trajectory

IFR report for Mumbai (2021-04-10): Estimates with confidence intervals for 2020 based on a number of serosurveys, recorded COVID-19 deaths, and excess mortality.

Expected COVID-19 IFR (O'Driscoll et al, Levin et al): 0.2965%, 0.4943%.

COVID-19 seroprevalence surveys and analysis :
1. Mumbai. First TIFR-BMC survey.2. Mumbai. Second TIFR-BMC survey.3. Mumbai. Slum survey in south Mumbai.4. Mumbai. Mumbai third sero survey.5. Mumbai. Serosurvey in children.6. Pune. IISER serosurvey.7. Pimpri-Chinchwad. PCMC serosurvey 1.8. Pimpri-Chinchwad. PCMC serosurvey 2.9. Wardha. Wardha district second serosurvey.10. Ahmadnagar, Bid, Jalgaon, Nanded, Parbhani, Sangli. Second National Serosurvey.11. Ahmadnagar, Bid, Jalgaon, Nanded, Parbhani, Sangli. Third National Serosurvey.