The Singapore government has offered a bonus for having children during the global epidemic coronavirus to promote fertility.
Singapore is one of the lowest birth rates in the world and the government has been working for decades to promote it.
Citizens who wanted to become parents abandoned the decision because of the global epidemic of coronavirus, which caused unemployment and financial hardship.
That’s why the Singaporean government has offered birth bonuses during the epidemic to promote birth control.
Singapore’s Deputy Prime Minister Hang Sui Kate has said that “we have learned that some aspiring parents have postponed this decision because of Code 19, which is why we have now offered a bonus.”
He said more details about the offer would be released in the coming days, as the Singapore government provides up to 10,000 dollars to a parent-citizen under current policy.