Oriental Mindoro Birth Statistics (Preliminary)
January to March 2021
Data presented in this special release were obtained from the timely and late registered births at the Office of the City/Municipal Civil Registrars throughout the province and submitted to the Office of the Civil Registrar-General through the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA)-Provincial Statistical Office (PSO) for encoding. Information presented includes the births that occurred from January until March 2021 (cut-off date is as of 16 July 2021 on the submission of encoded data files to the PSA-Central Office from PSOs while cut-off date for January-March 2020 is July 24, 2020). Figures presented herein are still preliminary and may differ from the final counts.
Less timely-registered births in Oriental Mindoro in the months of January to March 2021 than in the same period last year
Preliminary number of timely-registered births from January to March 2021 in the province of Oriental Mindoro reached a total of 2,141, lower by 11.6 percent than the number of timely-registered births of 2,423 in the same period of 2020.
Month of March posted an increase of births from a decreasing trend during the month of January and February. A total of 767 timely-registered births was recorded in March. The month of January registered 716 while the month of February had 658 births registered.
Twelve of fifteen city/municipalities in Oriental Mindoro register less births in 1st Quarter 2021 than in the same period of 2020
During the first quarter of 2021, twelve city/municipalities reported decreases in births as compared to the same period last year. Only the municipalities of Bongabong, Roxas, and Mansalay posted increases in the number of timely-registered births.
More male babies born in the 1st quarter of 2021 than females
A total of 2,141 timely-registered births was recorded in Oriental Mindoro in the first quarter of 2021. Total births registered in the same period of 2020 is 2,423. In both years, more male babies were born than females with a sex ratio of 108:100 and 114:100 in 2021 and 2020, respectively.