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Hospitals Open for Migrant Mothers in Shanghai
The Shanghai Health Bureau says it has set up 10 maternity and child health hospitals for migrants, offering qualified prenatal and delivery services at prices they can afford.

The hospitals have a total of 84 beds and cost 5 million yuan or over US$600 thousand to build.

To give birth to a baby at one of these hospitals, women will only have to pay about one-third of the fee charged at ordinary hospitals in the city.

All of the hospitals are located on the city's outskirts.

(CRI August 2, 2004)

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