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Vitamins / supplements during covid

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Covid-19 has been around for quite a while now. Every person is trying their best to keep themselves and also the people around them safe and healthy. Indeed, following the health protocols such as regular handwashing and social distancing are ways to reduce the risk and spread of the virus. Additionally, taking vitamins supplements as a booster is also essential, especially during times like this where viruses and sicknesses are roaming around in the air.

Can my vitamins/supplements be covered?

Those who are infected by the coronavirus are often suggested by doctors to take extra health boosters such as vitamins, nutrients, or even minerals/supplements. The main reason for this is to give your body enough essential nutrients and maintain your body’s health. However, you need to note that any of these additional boosters are not recognized as medicine by insurance, and anything that is not recognized as medicine will not be covered.

Nevertheless, the medications that are prescribed or medically necessary from the hospital will be covered. This is why when choosing your plan, you need to understand that a hospitalization contract such as the Inpatient contract will not cover your prescribed medication unless it is linked to a hospitalization. Furthermore, those who have the Outpatient benefits with prescribed pharmaceuticals will be covered under the plan.

At last, it is highly recommended to always check with your insurance agent or broker on what will or will not be covered in your chosen plan. This will help to avoid confusion and make your medical claim process more manageable. If you are looking for more information or have questions regarding Aexpat Insurance, you may contact us at infos@aexpat.com or find us on our Instagram @aexpat.

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