Registration services have been on hold for the past three months as staff have been redeployed to register Covid-19 deaths.
While people have been able to register deaths over the phone, births require a face to face meeting, which has meant thousands of parents have been unable to register the birth of their children.
According to the BBC, more than 3,500 babies in the county have not yet been registered.
But Kent County Council say face to face registrations will commence again tomorrow [June 17] at a number of registration delivery points across the county.
KCC say they built up a large backlog of birth registrations that require appointments, and as a result will be opening as many appointments as is safe to do so in each location.
Appointments will be offered between the hours of 10-4 Monday-Saturday, and KCC will be contacting those couples who had their appointments cancelled at the start of lockdown so that they can book a new appointment.
Information on registering births and the locations that are offering appointments will be available on KCC’s website tomorrow.