Surrogate babies stranded in Russia as coronavirus rules keep Chinese parents out

//Surrogate babies stranded in Russia as coronavirus rules keep Chinese parents out

Surrogate babies stranded in Russia as coronavirus rules keep Chinese parents out

Thirty babies born to surrogate mothers are stranded in Saint Petersburg, an official said on Wednesday, with foreign parents unable to travel to Russia’s second city due to coronavirus restrictions.The children’s rights ombudswoman in the city Anna Mitianina said on her website that the authorities had received calls from several medical facilities caring for children born to surrogate mothers.Most foreign parents are from China and are “not able to pick up their children because of the…

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