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Old 20.01.2014, 13:11
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Any idea why there are more babies? The article gives no hint, is more of a report.
Nope, but given the population growth in Zurich (around 1% per year, according to a quick google search) is in line with the increased number of births (from the article, except for the hospital in Schaffhausen, the increase is about 1% as well) I'd guess it's not really a baby boom but a population "boom."

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Any idea why there are more babies? The article gives no hint, is more of a report.
The weather sucked last spring. What else was there to do?
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We opted for half private when we had our child, but to this day I still do to know the difference between normal, half private and private. The only thing I know is that the half private cost us 14K CHF and we were given a room to ourselves.
Could you get some money from tax-return? If I understand correctly one could ask you money-return from tax if health costs except monthly-insurance-payments have exceeded 4000fr.
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Re: Supplementary insurance while being pregnant ("existing condition")

Many public hospitals offer you the possibilty to have a private room if you pay an additional fee yourself.

I intend to do it for the birth of my 3rd baby in July. The CHUV asks 200.-/night for a private room.

In my eyes it's really worth it, as I'll have to kids waiting for me and needing me when I come back home, and I need to rest at the hospital without being bothered by my roommate's crying baby and endless visitors.
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