Malarial diseases are some of the most common vector-borne diseases. Unfortunately, it’s also extremely prevalent in India. The cost of treatment can be difficult to manage, especially if the affected person is the family’s only earning member. A daily cash cover can help you and your family effectively manage expenses at a time like this.
Bajaj Markets brings to you FlexiCare Group Insurance Policy- Vector Borne Disease Daily Cash – Malaria cover from Manipal Cigna Health Insurance. This policy provides the subscriber Rs. 2000 in daily cash in case the policyholder needs to be hospitalised because of Malaria.
The application process for this plan is simple and straightforward. Here’s how you can get started:
On the product page, select ‘Buy Now’.
Enter the required details in the online application form.
You can make the payment through UPI, Net Banking or any other online method
You’re all set! You will receive your membership details and welcome pack on your registered email ID.
To opt for the Vector Borne Malaria Disease Daily Cash health insurance, you need to meet the basic eligibility parameters listed below:
● Applicant must be an Indian resident
● Applicant’s age should be 18 years and above
Sum insured up to
Premium including GST
The sum insured is Rs. 2000 for each day, with a cap of 30 days.
This plan will be valid for a period of 1 year.
Here’s what’s not covered under the Vector Borne Disease Daily Cash insurance policy:
*To know about all the exclusions, please go thoroughly to the policy document.
You can raise your claim by contacting the insurer in any of the ways indicated below:
Email – email@example.com
Call on - 1800-102-4462
This insurance plan costs Rs. 74 per year and is valid for a period of one year.
If the policyholder gets ill from Malaria and requires hospitalisation, the cash benefit will be paid for each continuous and completed period of hospitalisation as specified in the policy.
Indian residents between the ages of 18 and 65 are eligible for this policy plan.
No, this insurance plan only covers hospitalisations caused by Malaria.
You can raise a claim by contacting the insurer by writing to them at firstname.lastname@example.org or calling them on their toll-free phone number- 1800-102-4462.