In all births were documented in the registry offices in Brazil Of this total are children who came into the world in 2020 and were registered until the first quarter of 2021 and 49281 about 2 are from previous years.
The reduction according to the IBGE took place across the country The North Region had the biggest drop with 68 The Northeast had 53 less Midwest 47 Southeast 43 and South 31.
In Amapá which presents the biggest difference among all the states there was a 141 decrease in the birth of babies compared to 2019.
January was the month of 2020 that had the highest number of registrations with 248884 But the month in which the most children were born was March with 243276 followed by May 241659 November on the other hand had the lowest amount.
In the monthly comparison between birth registrations and the average of the last five years there is a decrease in all months of 2020.
In the assessment of the IBGE March had the number of documents affected by the fight against the pandemic During this period and in the following months the period of operation of several services in the country including notary offices was closed or limited.
The analysis of civil data shows that the age of Brazilian mothers has increased over the years.
In 2000 more than 54 of newborns had a mother aged between 20 and 29 years the one with the most children In 2020 this group accounted for less than 49 of births.
The number of girls under the age of 20 who have children has also decreased as has the number of women over 40 who go into labor.
The countrys regional differences also show up in the birth data the institute shows.
In the Midwest North and Northeast regions most mothers are between 20 and 29 years old while in the South and Southeast they move into the range of 30 to 39 years.
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