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2. If an insured female leaves her job for certain reasons and terminates her labor insurance after she becomes pregnant, can she still claim the maternity benefits after she gives birth to a child?

If an insured person becomes pregnant and is eligible to claim the maternity benefits when her labor insurance coverage is valid, and if she delivers a child or gives a premature birth as a result of the same pregnancy within one year after the termination of force of said coverage, she is still entitled to claim the maternity benefits. However, if the insured person is also eligible to claim the maternity benefit of any other social insurance (farmer's health insurance excluded) or the maternity allowances provided by the state because of her status as a member of the military or government personnel, then she shall choose to claim only one of these benefits.

 

Last Update:2019-10-17
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