While the World Cup in Qatar draws closer, the criticism grows. Human rights advocate supporters, politicians, and the media have reported on Qatar World Cup Deaths.
- Many are interested in knowing how many world cup deaths in Qatar have been recorded.
- There have been reports of deaths among migrant workers in Qatar.
In the list of causes for the Qatar World Cup deaths, one was predominant deaths due to natural causes that account for 77% of reasons cited by Indian, Nepalese, and Bangladeshi workers.
Qatar World Cup Deaths
The Qatari government has released official statistics on the subject annually. While their reliability or completeness is unknown, they may provide some clues.
According to the data, 12,412 immigrant men died between 2011 and 2020, nearly half of whom (5,935) were between 20 and 50 years old, which is relatively young.
How Many World Cup Deaths In Qatar
According to DW, the claim that the World Cup in Qatar has cost the lives of 6,500 — even as many as 15,000 — migrant workers” is false.
Qatar World Cup Stadiums Deaths
Data from India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka revealed there were 5,927 deaths of migrant workers in the period 2011–2020. Separately, data from Pakistan’s embassy in Qatar reported a further 824 deaths of Pakistani workers, between 2010 and 2020.