In 2020, number of deaths for Thailand was 552.23 thousand cases. Number of deaths of Thailand increased from 369.84 thousand cases in 1971 to 552.23 thousand cases in 2020 growing at an average annual rate of 0.83%.
What is the mortality rate in Thailand?
In 2020, adult mortality rate for Thailand was 28.14 deaths per 100 population. Adult mortality rate of Thailand fell gradually from 30.3 deaths per 100 population in 1975 to 28.14 deaths per 100 population in 2020.
What is the leading cause of death in Thailand?
Upon correction, stroke is the leading cause of death in Thailand (10.7%), followed by ischemic heart disease (7.8%) and HIV/AIDS (7.4%). Other leading causes are road traffic accidents (males) and diabetes mellitus (females).
Does Thailand have death penalty?
Some developments in Thailand in the past two decades reveal stepping stones that need further consolidation. About a decade ago, the Thai criminal code was amended to abolish the death penalty for people under 18 years of age. Thailand’s criminal code now forbids the death penalty in regard to pregnant women.
What is the average Thai salary?
Average Salary in Bangkok, Thailand
Currently, the average wage in Bangkok is of 25,500 Thai Baht per month, or approximately 800 USD. Bangkok has some of the highest average salaries among ASEAN members capitals.
Which country has the longest life expectancy?
Countries ranked by life expectancy
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