Coronavirus pandemic deepens Italy’s demographic crisis

According to ISTAT, the COVID-9 epidemic has exacerbated Italy‘s ‘demographic slump.’

Between the beginning and the end of 2020, the resident population decreased, according to the national statistics bureau
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According to ISTAT, the mortality rate in the north was greater than in the south.

According to ISTAT’s latest census numbers, the Italian resident population was 59,236,213 as of December 31, 2020, down 0.7 percent from 2019 and a drop of 405,275 people.

The population of Italy has been shrinking due to a constantly declining birth rate, which has only been somewhat countered by people living longer lives.

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