Table 1

Age-standardised mortality rates (and 95% CIs) for COVID-19-related mortality between 2 March and 15 May 2020 in England and Wales, stratified by religious affiliation and sex

Males
(n=23 235 960)
Females
(n=24 636 452)
No religion
(n=12 419 632)
80.3 (76.9 to 83.8)47.2 (44.1 to 50.3)
Christian
(n=27 999 929)
92.6 (90.9 to 93.8)54.6 (53.3 to 55.2)
Buddhist
(n=209 033)
113.5 (77.3 to 140.2)57.4 (37.8 to 79.2)
Hindu
(n=724 568)
154.8 (138.0 to 171.5)93.3 (78.8 to 103.0)
Jewish
(n=220 473)
187.9 (164.6 to 210.8)94.3 (75.6 to 104.0)
Muslim
(n=2 376 866)
198.9 (181.4 to 209.4)98.2 (86.3 to 105.7)
Sikh
(n=380 248)
128.6 (108.4 to 149.7)69.4 (54.5 to 83.0)
Other religion
(n=209 033)
87.1 (64.3 to 115.2)45.1 (31.7 to 62.0)
Not stated
(n=3 333 512)
82.3 (78.0 to 86.6)48.9 (45.9 to 51.8)