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Will Italy's Euro win lead to a baby boom?

14 July 2021

8:17 AM

14 July 2021

8:17 AM

Could Italy’s triumph on Sunday result not just in a trophy for the azzuri, but a baby boom for a nation with one of Europe’s lowest fertility rates?

The anecdotal evidence would support this theory. Nine months after Iceland beat England in a Euro 2016 match, it experienced an unprecedented increase in births.

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