Provide lifelong health cover for your newborns, Hong Kong government tells young parents as it prepares to launch Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme


The government is hoping to appeal to young parents in Hong Kong with a new voluntary medical insurance scheme under which newborns as young as 15 days old can get health coverage until they are 100 years old, the Post has learned.The premium for the baby insurance package, accredited by the Voluntary Health Insurance Scheme (VHIS), was expected to cost about HK$2,000 a year and would cover all diseases with the exception of congenital illnesses, a government source said.Rolling out the scheme…



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