Irkutsk
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Chita
Yakutsk

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Vladivostok
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Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk

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The number of centenarians from a hundred years has doubled in the Far East

The number of centenarians from a hundred years has doubled in the Far East
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In the Far East, the number of centenarians has increased from 100 years or more. In five years, there are almost two such people. And in two regions the growth was more than 3,6 times.

As EastRussia was told in Vostokgosplan, in 2020, 527 people aged 100 and over lived in the entire Far Eastern Federal District. In 2015, there were 1,8 times less of them. The number of centenarians in the Magadan Region and the Jewish Autonomy has especially increased - four and 3,6 times, respectively. On average, the figures for Russia are less significant - the growth was about 1,9 times.

Also in "Vostokgosplan" noted that about 80% of centenarians live in Primorye (155 people), Transbaikalia (76), Yakutia (60), Buryatia (68) and Khabarovsk Territory (64). In the Amur Region there are only 36 such residents, in Kamchatka - 21, Sakhalin - 20, in the Jewish Autonomous Region - 18, and in Kolyma - eight. There is only one such resident in Chukotka.

Women live longer - there are 63,9% of centenarians in the Far Eastern Federal District. Only in Sakhalin, men live longer - there are almost the same number of women among 100-year-olds. In Chukotka, only a man exceeded the centenary.

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