Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP
Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP

China to increase hospital beds, medical staff over health care strains since end of ‘one child’ policy

Beijing allowed parents to have two children from January 1, 2016, but now needs to meet new demand for public services such as child health care and primary education

Topic |   China's population
Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP
Strains on China’s health care system have been brought about in part by the relaxation of its one-child policy on January 1, 2016. Photo: AFP
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