Malaria is a life-threatening vector borne disease. It is very common in India because of its multi-ethnicity, and geo-ecological diversity. Monsoons are approaching and the mosquitoes breed on the open drains and water clogging. This will cause an increase in the malaria cases.
This disease is quite common for its demoralizing and impoverishing consequences. Coping with the disease can be economically disastrous as it requires expensive treatment and hospitalization. Bajaj MARKETS brings to you FlexiCare Group Insurance Policy - Vector-Borne Disease Daily Cash – Malaria cover from Manipal Cigna Health Insurance. This provides a daily cash of Rs. 2000/day at just Rs. 74/year if the policyholder is hospitalized due to Malaria. Read on to know more.
Follow these simple steps to apply for the vector borne disease daily cash health insurance -
That’s it! You will receive your membership details and welcome pack on your registered email ID.
To opt for the vector borne disease daily cash insurance policy, you need to meet the basic eligibility parameters listed below:
You must be a Resident of India
You must be between the ages of 18 and 65 years
Following are the pointers that specify the vector borne disease daily cash plan details -
Get the daily cash benefits of up to Rs. 2000/day for a maximum of 30 days at a premium of Rs. 74 per year
If the hospitalisation due to malaria is less than 48 hours, its charges will not be covered.
If the hospitalisation has resulted from any cause other than Malaria Fever, its charges will not be covered.
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The FlexiCare Group Insurance Policy - Vector-Borne Disease Daily Cash – Malaria cover from Manipal Cigna Health Insurance insures up to a sum of Rs. 2000 per day for a maximum of Rs. 74 per year.
No, if the hospitalisation has resulted from any cause other than Malaria Fever, its charges will not be covered.
No, you can not get the benefits of this vector disease daily cash plan if you are not a Resident of India.