The number of births registered in the Valencian Community in November was 3,129, which represents a decrease of 461 in the accumulated figure for the year 2021 compared to the same period of the previous year and a drop of 1,365 compared to 2019.

Births in the whole of Spain fell last November after the three months of increases that followed the declines in the summer, according to the monthly estimate of births from the National Institute of Statistics (INE), published this Wednesday.

In total, 28,642 boys and girls were born in Spain, an average of 955 each day, which is 6.09% less than in October, 7.17% more than in November 2020 and 3.27% less than in the same month of 2019, before the pandemic.

In the first 11 months of the year, a total of 310,224 boys and girls were born, which is 6,957 less than in that month of 2020 and 19,330 less than in November 2019.

By autonomous communities, only Aragón, although minimally, presents better figures than before the coronavirus, with 226 more births in the accumulated figure of 2021 than in 2019.

Last November, Andalusia was once again the community with the most births (5,568, approximately one in five in the entire country), ahead of Catalonia (4,821), Madrid (4,309) and the Valencian Community (3,129).


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