Latvia Infant Mortality Rate 1950-2022

Chart and table of the Latvia infant mortality rate from 1950 to 2022. United Nations projections are also included through the year 2100.
  • The current infant mortality rate for Latvia in 2022 is 3.006 deaths per 1000 live births, a 2.72% decline from 2021.
  • The infant mortality rate for Latvia in 2021 was 3.090 deaths per 1000 live births, a 2.68% decline from 2020.
  • The infant mortality rate for Latvia in 2020 was 3.175 deaths per 1000 live births, a 2.58% decline from 2019.
  • The infant mortality rate for Latvia in 2019 was 3.259 deaths per 1000 live births, a 2.54% decline from 2018.
Data Source: United Nations - World Population Prospects

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Similar Countries Ranked by Infant Mortality Rate
Country Name 2022 Infant Mortality Rate
Trinidad and Tobago 20.276
Panama 12.906
Aruba 12.698
New Caledonia 10.584
Seychelles 10.056
Barbados 9.289
Argentina 9.206
Curacao 8.163
Guam 7.913
Uruguay 7.878
Oman 6.350
Kuwait 6.336
Chile 6.062
French Polynesia 5.839
Channel Islands 5.712
Qatar 5.681
United States 5.547
Saudi Arabia 5.497
Bahamas 5.348
Bahrain 5.290
UAE 4.936
Puerto Rico 4.875
Antigua and Barbuda 4.709
Malta 4.399
Canada 4.055
Lithuania 3.626
Hungary 3.609
Croatia 3.551
New Zealand 3.441
United Kingdom 3.422
Taiwan 3.323
Cyprus 3.127
Switzerland 3.069
Latvia 3.006
Poland 2.902
Australia 2.807
Denmark 2.773
France 2.748
Luxembourg 2.526
Austria 2.476
Portugal 2.457
Belgium 2.453
Greece 2.442
Israel 2.372
Macao 2.362
Germany 2.344
Italy 2.267
Netherlands 2.208
Spain 2.078
Ireland 2.036
South Korea 1.859
Sweden 1.781
Norway 1.777
Estonia 1.766
Slovenia 1.636
Japan 1.604
Finland 1.479
Singapore 1.457
Hong Kong 1.200
Iceland 1.055
Latvia - Historical Infant Mortality Rate Data
Year Infant Mortality Rate Growth Rate
2022 3.006 -2.720%
2021 3.090 -2.680%
2020 3.175 -2.580%
2019 3.259 -2.540%
2018 3.344 -9.740%
2017 3.705 -8.880%
2016 4.066 -8.180%
2015 4.428 -7.540%
2014 4.789 -7.010%
2013 5.150 -9.330%
2012 5.680 -8.530%
2011 6.210 -7.850%
2010 6.739 -7.290%
2009 7.269 -6.800%
2008 7.799 -5.190%
2007 8.226 -4.950%
2006 8.654 -4.700%
2005 9.081 -4.500%
2004 9.509 -4.300%
2003 9.936 -10.420%
2002 11.092 -9.450%
2001 12.249 -8.620%
2000 13.405 -7.950%
1999 14.562 -7.350%
1998 15.718 -2.280%
1997 16.084 -2.220%
1996 16.450 -2.180%
1995 16.816 -2.130%
1994 17.182 -2.090%
1993 17.548 3.520%
1992 16.951 3.650%
1991 16.354 3.780%
1990 15.758 3.940%
1989 15.161 4.100%
1988 14.564 -5.110%
1987 15.348 -4.850%
1986 16.131 -4.630%
1985 16.915 -4.420%
1984 17.698 -4.240%
1983 18.482 -4.490%
1982 19.351 -4.300%
1981 20.221 -4.120%
1980 21.090 -3.960%
1979 21.960 -3.810%
1978 22.829 2.540%
1977 22.263 2.610%
1976 21.697 2.680%
1975 21.131 2.750%
1974 20.565 2.830%
1973 19.999 -2.250%
1972 20.460 -2.200%
1971 20.921 -2.150%
1970 21.381 -2.110%
1969 21.842 -2.070%
1968 22.303 -6.620%
1967 23.883 -6.210%
1966 25.463 -5.840%
1965 27.043 -5.520%
1964 28.623 -5.230%
1963 30.203 -9.100%
1962 33.227 -8.340%
1961 36.251 -7.700%
1960 39.276 -7.150%
1959 42.300 -6.670%
1958 45.324 -12.150%
1957 51.590 -10.830%
1956 57.857 -9.770%
1955 64.123 -8.900%
1954 70.390 -8.170%
1953 76.656 -7.560%
1952 82.922 -7.030%
1951 89.189 -6.560%
1950 95.455 0.000%