Over 190 babies born per day in Oman till April 2022

The Sultanate of Oman recorded 23,055 births from the beginning of this year until the end of April, including 21,315 Omani births, according to the National Center for Statistics and Information, while the Sultanate recorded by the end of 2021 more than 82,000 births.

The center’s statistics showed that 3,491 deaths were recorded during the first four months of this year, including 2,972 deaths for Omanis and 519 for expatriates.

Statistics indicate that the deaths of male citizens are higher by 1,629, compared to 1,343 deaths for females.

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