A photo provided to China Daily showcases a member of staff dealing with Ctrip trip cancellations during the Spring Festival. In Guangdong Province, fifty-five commercial insurance companies have eased their compensation policies to better serve patients during the novel coronavirus epidemic. The requirements put forth include hospital selection for medical treatment, social spending on medical insurance during treatment, coverage for uninsured drugs, and procedures to extend the time spent in the hospital. Ren Qinghua, deputy director of the Guangdong Bureau of Banking Regulatory Commission and China insurance, disclosed these details at a press conference in Guangzhou on Friday.


Some insurance business in cities like Zhuhai and Foshan in Guangdong have expanded coverage of its products through collaboration with local institutions of social security health.


commercial insurance companies in Guangdong Province have so far paid 710,800 yuan ($ 101.799) to 14 patients infected with the new coronavirus.


online processing of cases has been adopted groups during the epidemic.
In one case, a patient in Foshan compensation received half hour after documents related load line, Ren said.


commercial insurance companies in Guangdong have donated insurance products to police officers, medical personnel, volunteers and some members of the family to support their contribution to the control of epidemics.


Thirty-three of them have so far provided free products to 2.3 million people, with a total coverage of 1.2 trillion yuan ($ 171.9 billion), Ren said.

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Guangdong  Province,  Insurance  Companies,  Coronavirus,  Compensation  Policies,  Donations.,  Guangdong,  Guangzhou, 

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