All medical insurance to cover COVID-19

Those having medical insurance policy in India, covering hospitalization, may note that IRDA has instructed the insurance companies to include the medical cover for COVID 19 irrespective of the type of policy

Any hospital or insurance company troubles you and pushes back, please show attached and tell them
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It’s true that Covid 19 is covered under Medical insurance. Contact 9810085796 for policy....
Best regards and stay safe

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> Those having medical insurance policy in India, covering hospitalization, may note that IRDA has instructed the insurance companies to include the medical cover for COVID 19 irrespective of the type of policy
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> You will complain to IRDA.
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Great clarification for all - Quarantine also covered !!! more  
Thanks Ajay ji more  
Thanks a lot. Why does the govt fail to share such information more  
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