Japan is expected to have less than 850,000 babies born this year. 태아보험 가입요령

Japan’s total fertility rate stood at 1.36 last year, far below the Japanese government’s target of 1.8 children. Japan’s annual number of babies has also been on the decline, peaking at 2,696,638 in 1949, and the trend of low birth rates in Japan has not been stopped.

According to Japan’s Asahi on the 28th, the number of babies born in Japan is expected to be less than 850,000 this year, which is lower than last year, which was the lowest in 120 years since 1899 when population statistics were compiled. Amid the massive spread of the new coronavirus infection (Korona 19), the number of pregnancy reports is lower than last year, and there is an opinion that the number of babies born next year will be less than 800,000. 태아보험 가입요령

The number of babies born between January and October this year is 17,000 (2.3%) less than the same period last year. The Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare will announce an estimate of the population and number of births at the end of the year, including the number of deaths, marriages, and divorces, in addition to the number of babies born by October.

This year, due to the influence of Corona 19, the announcement was put on hold due to many uncertainties, and the number of births is estimated at 848,000, down 2% from last year, based on the calculation formula of previous years. It is likely to fall below 900,000 for the first time, lower than last year’s 865,239 people called “shock.”

The number of babies born in Japan continued to decline since the first half of the 1970s, the second baby boom period, which was lower than 1 million for the first time after the war in 2016.

According to the population forecast released by the National Institute of Social Security in 2017, less than 900,000 babies were born in 2020 and 840,000 in 2024, but the low birthrate is progressing at a rate exceeding these expectations.

It is Corona 19 is believed to be one of the factors that reduced the number of births. “This year, it seems that there has been a strong movement to temporarily delay pregnancy due to anxiety caused by the spread of Corona 19,” said Fujimitagumi, a senior researcher at the Japan Research Institute. There are many people who temporarily stop infertility treatments.

Nationwide, the number of pregnancy reports submitted between January and October this year dropped 5.1 percent from a year earlier. In particular, the number dropped 17.6 percent in May when the government declared an emergency. If a pregnancy report is recognized, it is submitted to the local government when receiving a hat health note. According to the Ministry of Health, Labor, and Welfare, more than 90 percent of people report up to 11 weeks of pregnancy.

“I think the number of babies born will recover to the average of previous years once the infection expansion is recovered, but if the number of pregnancy reports continues to the spring of next year, the number of babies born next year is likely to be less than 800,000,” said researcher Fujina Mittagumi. He then said, “If economically challenged young people hesitate to marry and conceive at a time when temporarily employed women lose their jobs due to Corona 19, the low birthrate is likely to accelerate in the long run.”

Asahi said that low birth rates, including economic support for the younger generation, are a priority, and if effective measures are not taken, it may also affect the stability of the social security system. 보험설계사 수당 수입

The Japanese Academy of Obstetrics and Gynecology said this month that the number of people infected with corona during pregnancy is lower than that of ordinary people. There are fewer cases of pregnant women getting worse, and infections of newborn babies have not been reported in Korea,” he/she said.

Nakai Akito, director of Tamanagayama Hospital, said, “The birth rate is decreasing every year,” adding, “The impact of this spring, which was in the early stages of the Korona spread, comes from December to March next year. Industrial and medical hospitals and others expressed concerns that a management crisis may come.