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National Health Commission: By 2025, the rate of exclusive breastfeeding across the country will reach 50% or more within 6 months

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National Health Commission: By 2025, the rate of exclusive breastfeeding in the country within 6 months will reach 50% or more

2021-11-24 08:59

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Author: Zheng Zaojin

Securities Times·e Company

Zheng Zaojin

2021-11-24 08:59

Securities Times e company news, the National Health Commission issued a breastfeeding promotion action plan (2021-2025). It is mentioned that by 2025, the awareness rate of core breastfeeding knowledge of mothers and infants will reach more than 70%; the breastfeeding support rate of mothers and infants will reach 80%; the proportion of medical institutions setting up breastfeeding consultation clinics or maternity nutrition clinics will continue Increase; the allocation rate of maternal and infant facilities in public places has reached 80% or more; all employers that should be equipped with maternal and infant facilities have basically built standardized maternal and infant facilities; the exclusive breastfeeding rate in the country has reached more than 50% within 6 months.

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