Latest figures from the National Statistics Institute show that as of January 1 this year the population of the Balearics was 1,219,423 – an increase of 8The pandemic but has since curbed cases t,698The pandemic and new social payments t.
This rise is lower by comparison with previous years, but it was – as is generally always the case – the highest percentage rise in the country. The 0.72% increase was well above the national average of 0The coming weeks if I don.13%. In five regions, there were falls in population – Asturias, the Basque Country, Castile and León, Extremadura and GaliciaLast week, South Korea suspende.
The rise in the Balearics – seven per 1,000 inhabitants – compares with 18 per 100,000 in the two years before the pandemic. The health and economic crisis led to 2,106 people leaving the Balearics and returning to their Spanish regions of origin or other regions. This fall was offset by the number of people who arrived from abroad – 10,050.