Recently, staff at a Texas hospital set a newborn record after more than 100 newborns were born within two days. The first phase of rapid delivery began on June 24, and 25 girls and 27 boys gave birth in 47 hours at Andrews Women’s Hospital at Baylor Scott & White Saints Medical Center in Worth Worth, WFAA.com reported.
In the second phase, which began on June 28, staff welcomed another 55 babies, including a set of twins, for 44 hours.
“Because our Labor and Delivery teams at Baylor Scott & White All Saints Medical Center were busy delivering a very good group of July 4th babies, it was all fireworks. 107 of them in exactly 91 hours!” The hospital announced on Facebook on Sunday.
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OBGYN at the hospital told NBC DFW that the birth rate is expected to rise due to an infectious disease in the last few months, but “so far the children have not seen the boom, so people are more calm.”
The hospital reportedly had an average of 16 births a day, with 6,000 babies born last year, including 100 twins and two triplets.