No, they do not.
Answer: If a test is done and a diagnosis is made which requires treatment, then the test will be covered. If there is no diagnosis and no subsequent treatment, the test will not be covered.
Relating to question 2 above, screenings and tests which do not yield a diagnosis are not covered. However, if an insured person’s policy includes a preventative benefit, a Coronavirus test could be paid by such benefit.
No, our policies provide full cover 24/7, 365 days per year for covered conditions. Coronavirus is a covered condition, provided it was not pre-existing the policy issuance. Also, we do not cancel or terminate policies based on diagnosis, so there would be no situation in which we cancel coverage due to a Coronavirus diagnosis.
Firstly, Coronavirus is a sickness, so it would not be counted as a “work related injury” in any circumstance.
If an insured person has two “types” of cover under their policy, for example: a medical insurance plan which includes a travel insurance benefit/rider, their claims would be paid by whichever benefit is most suited to the situation and provides them with the most amount of coverage. This would vary from policy to policy. For further detail on this specific question, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, these two types of expenses would be covered in relation to a Coronavirus diagnosis. However, as with all evacuation cases, the evacuation order is given by the attending physician and is not requested by the insured person. In the case of Coronavirus, it is unlikely that an evacuation order would be given as treatment consists of quarantine and administration of antiviral medications.