- 2020: 10,051
- 2021: 10,106
- 2022: 4,668 (through June 30)
This means North Dakota is on track this year for 9,336 live births, a 7.6 percent decline from the pre-vaxx average. Could be worse, but it’s not a good sign since it is further evidence that the vaxx inhibits human fertility, as has already been observed in Taiwan, Germany, and the United Kingdom.
UPDATE: On a related front, stillbirths appear to have increased nearly 3,000 percent over the last six months in Waterloo, Canada. All 86 mothers were reportedly vaccinated. This rise in stillbirths may account for a substantial portion of the observed fall in live births.
UPDATE: Hawaii is on track for a 9.3 percent post-vaxx decline in the number of live births.