When the Chinese don’t vaccinate, why they’re having so many babies September 1, 2021 September 1, 2021 admin

A baby born in China in the past few years has brought about a major increase in fertility in the country.

China is the world’s largest producer of infant formula and has the highest rate of child deaths in the world.

As China’s population has exploded, the country has been expanding its own vaccine programs to address the countrys rising population.

One of those programs is the compulsory vaccination program for babies, but it’s been controversial for a number of reasons.

Some argue that China needs to do more to control the spread of the vaccine to prevent more babies dying from complications.

A new report from a leading fertility and development group, the International Fertility Centre, shows that the government of the People’s Republic of China has been giving its babies a little more than half of what’s been required.

In the past year, China has also introduced a new form of fertility protection called the dominion program, which requires that women who have a child in their thirties or forties have a baby by the age of 21.

These programs have had mixed success in slowing the population growth and encouraging births, but some worry that the domion program may actually have been counterproductive.

The domion campaign, which began in the 1980s, has become more popular as China has seen its population boom.

According to the study, the government now has nearly three million children aged 5-19 in the Chinese province of Jiangsu.

The study authors attribute the rise in births to China’s rapid growth.

In 2015, China’s fertility rate was 8.9 babies per woman, according to the International Monetary Fund.

In 2020, it was 12.4.

And in 2021, the rate was 13.5.

“The overall fertility rate in China has remained relatively stable in recent years, but this is partly due to the introduction of the domiton program,” said Dr. Jie Huang, the project director of the Chinese Fertility Center at the University of California, Berkeley.

Dr. Huang said the domonis program has helped China’s poor get more babies.

China’s overall fertility has been rising rapidly, as have its population growth.

But Dr. Zhou Xiaochun, a fertility specialist at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said that China is not yet at the peak of its population expansion.

China has the world´s third-highest per capita population growth, and China has a much more stable population than other major countries.

China was expected to have a population of about one billion by 2020, and the average age of Chinese citizens has dropped below 60, Dr. Liu said.

In a report this month, the Pew Research Center said that in 2020, China was forecast to surpass Japan as the world leader in child mortality, at around 14.2 children per woman.

China also had the highest child mortality rate among developed countries.

The U.S. had a rate of about 8.6 children per 1,000, but China had a much higher rate of 11.6.

Dr Zhou Xiaohuang, a professor of family planning at the State University of New York at Stony Brook, said China should consider adopting the domitan program.

“I think that the new domiton campaign has been very beneficial for the country, especially for the poor population,” he said.

Dr Huang added that he hoped that the population would stabilize, especially as China’s economy improves.

China´s government has been trying to curb its population as part of its plan to diversify its economy, and its birth rate is down.

But in a country where the government is increasingly dependent on its own population to generate its revenue, the domition program could help China become more attractive to foreign investors, especially in the coming years.