As vector borne diseases and infections become increasingly common and medical costs continue to rise, it becomes important to invest in an insurance plan.
To help you manage your expenses, Bajaj Markets brings to you the Infections - Vector Borne Disease Cover Plan plan by ManipalCigna Health Insurance Co Ltd, this policy offers coverage against hospitalisation expenses at a low premium price of just ₹314. Read on to know more about the Infections Vector Borne Disease Cover Plan.
The application process for this insurance plan is quick and simple. Just follow these steps to get started
Tap on ‘Buy Now’ on the product page
Enter the required details in the online application form.
Complete the payment online.
You will receive your membership details on your registered email ID.
Here’s the eligibility criteria for the Infections-Vector Borne Disease Cover Plan:
● Applicant must be an Indian resident.
● Applicant’s age should be 18 years and above
Here’s what will be covered under this insurance policy:
In case the policyholder suffers from an illness as mentioned in the policy document and needs to undergo continuous in-patient hospitalisation for a period of more than 24 hours, then the sum insured will be payable.
Sum Insured up to
Premium (including GST)
Policyholders of this plan are not provided with coverage for the following.
Hospitalisation for a period of 96 hours and lesser
Treatment for any pre-existing conditions
Treatment for diseases apart from vector-borne diseases, i.e, Chikungunya, Malaria, Dengue Fever, Encephalitis & Kala-Azar
*For a complete list of exclusions, please read the policy structure carefully.
You may raise a claim by contacting the insurer in any of the following ways:
You can connect with us at Bajaj Markets. Just write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org in case of any queries.
This insurance policy starts at ₹314 per year, including GST.
Indian residents whose age lie in the bracket of 18 and 65 are eligible for this policy.
No, this plan does not cover pre-existing conditions.
You can raise a claim by contacting the insurer through the insurer’s email ID and toll-free phone number. You may refer to our ‘Claim Process’ section for further information on raising claims.