It is estimated that the number of newborns in China will drop to less than 10 million in 2022, down from 10.6 million last year. Chinese experts believe that in less than 80 years, China’s population size can be reduced by 45%.
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China Corona virus infection has caused many problems, especially related to the treatment of patients. example do not It is difficult to get appointments from doctors for other problems. Thus Corona has wreaked havoc for pregnant women all over the world, but in China it may cause more concern in the future. It is said that people don’t want to have children here, which has the potential to cause major changes in China’s population.
Hospital doctors are paying more attention to corona patients, which is why pregnant women do not want to have their deliveries in China. Zhang Cui, a 31-year-old Chinese woman, described her ordeal. She said she never wanted to be a mother, especially when she had to deliver in a government hospital. More or less the same situation is seen all over China. On January 17, China is set to release its population data, which may raise many questions.
China’s population is expected to undergo major changes
Experts believe that this will be the first time China’s population has declined since the Great Famine of 1961, which could be a major shift in the world economy and world order. It is believed that the number of newborns in China is set to drop to less than 10 million in 2022, down from 10.6 million last year – and 11.6 percent less than in 2020. Chinese experts believe that in less than 80 years, China’s population size can be reduced by 45%.
China’s population will decrease by 2022
According to media reports, China’s population will reach 1.4 billion in 2021, with the population increasing by 480,000 in the same year. It has been estimated by the United Nations that China’s population will start declining this year from 2022, while India will become the world’s most populous country. UN experts believe that by 2050, China’s population could drop to 109 million, three times less than the number estimated in 2019.
China has the lowest fertility rate
Reports suggest that fertility rates are steadily declining in the 10 most populous countries, with China topping the list at 1.18, well below the OECD standard of 2.1 for a stable population. China had a one-child policy from 1980-2015 and it was officially believed that China’s population would decline. China’s National Health Commission also said that China’s population will decline from 2025. But in October, Chinese President Xi Jinping said his government would enact policies to boost the country’s birth rate.