Reduction of the burden of fertility treatment May 23 to consider the application of public medical insurance to effective treatment 4:22
The government is adjusting the new “Outline of Measures for Society for The Declining Birthrate” to be decided by a Cabinet meeting next week, including considering the application of public medical insurance for effective treatment to reduce the economic burden on people receiving fertility treatment.
The government is reviewing the “Outline of Measures for Society of Declining Birthrate”, which provides guiding guidelines for measures to combat the declining birthrate.
In light of proposals from the LDP, the government is expected to conduct a survey of the actual situation this year and consider the application of public health insurance for effective treatment in order to reduce the economic burden on people receiving fertility treatment.
In addition, in order to create an environment where children can raise children with peace of mind, the government is also adjusting to consider financial support for childbirth and other issues, and the government is making adjustments in the direction of cabinet decisions next week.