Monaco figures

Monaco figures - Figures published recently have shown that in Monaco there have been fewer births and deaths but more marriages in 2019.

Over 87% of deaths have occurred in hospitals (84%) or clinics (5%). Among the deceased, 261 were domiciled in Monaco and 263 in neighboring municipalities.

 Among the 939 births, all took place at the Maternity Center Princess Grace Hospital (CHPG). 472 births came from marital unions (known as "legitimate"), and 467 children were born out of wedlock. The first baby of the year 2020, was little Madeleine the fruit of a Swedish couple. 

The top 5 of the most attributed names in 2019 were Charlotte, Valentina, Jade, Victoria and Mila for girls and Léo, Gabriel, Raphaël, Mattéo and Louis for boys.

Finally the number of divorces dropped slightly with 70 divorces recorded in 2019 (compared to 78 in 2018), all nationalities combined.

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