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Average life expectancy in Tibet reaches record high

06.01.2022 86 просмотров

The population of the Tibet Autonomous Region began to live an average of 72.19 years.


The average life expectancy in the Tibet Autonomous Region (TAR) in southwest China hit a historic high of 72.19 years last year. This was reported on Wednesday by Xinhua News Agency, citing local authorities.

According to its information, the population of the TAR began to live an average of 1.09 years longer than in 2020. In addition, this is twice the figure recorded in the early 50s of the last century - then life expectancy in Tibet fluctuated at the level of 35.5 years, and there were no more than 100 doctors in the region.

According to official There are 14 hospitals in the TAP. Local doctors provide emergency medical care when needed and can provide an effective course of treatment for more than 2.4 thousand types of severe or serious diseases.

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