Malta: President’s Office signs new IVF law, announces Health Minister Chris Fearne 

The respective IVF law was approved by the Parliament with a large majority earlier this month. The Parliament has approved the amendments proposed by the Health Ministry, resulting in the completion of the election promise of the government to amend the IVF laws within the first hundred days in office. 

Malta: President's Office signs new IVF law, announces Health Minister Chris Fearne 
Malta: President's Office signs new IVF law, announces Health Minister Chris Fearne 

Valletta, Malta: Chris Fearne- Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Health Minister, through his official account on Twitter, announced that the Office of the President signed the new IVF law on Wednesday. 

The respective IVF law was approved by the Parliament with a large majority earlier this month. The Parliament has approved the amendments proposed by the Health Ministry, resulting in the completion of the election promise of the government to amend the IVF laws within the first hundred days in office. 

Chris Fearne took to Twitter and noted, “Today, the office of the President signed the new #IVF law after Parliament approved it with a large majority earlier this month. This very week we publish the Legal Notice with the updated protocol.” 

Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne outlined that this week, they have also published the legal notice with the updated protocol.

Earlier, when the Parliament of Malta voted in favour of the proposed amendments to the IVF law. Due to this, Deputy PM Chris Fearne extended greetings to the parliamentary representatives who had voted in favour. 

The Health Ministry of Malta has been flourishing significantly under the true guidance of Deputy PM Chris Fearne as he worked efficiently on his part. The government made every possible effort to further widen state-provided IVF services. 

As per the new amendments, the IVF Law stated that the eligibility will be increased to the age of 45 rather than 42 and offers more IVF cycles for free. It will further be extended IVF to those who are already parents and are interested in egg donations and the transfer of embryos from other countries. 

Chris Fearne- Deputy PM outlined that the government, would also allow the doctors to use the latest and modern technologies to avoid the heartbreaking stories of babies born with certain conditions that would die in a few weeks.