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Aubrielle Summer ~UPD~

Last summer, experts at the Brookings Institution had already refuted the idea that stay-at-home orders would lead to an increase of pregnancies. Researchers estimated a decline in births by 300,000 to 500,000, saying "economic loss, uncertainty and insecurity" would drive pregnancy delays. Experts said these same factors are the reason why birth rates don't spike because of natural disasters, power outages or blizzards, despite public belief that they do.

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