The Indian government will provide health insurance cover of INR5m ($66,666) per person to health workers who are in the frontline of fighting COVID-19 cases in the country.
Jimmy John | 27 Mar 2020
In a recent paper called 'Australia: Landlord and tenant considerations through the coronavirus outbreak', law firm Norton Rose Fulbright shines a spotlight on a legal and ethical dilemma.
Paul McNamara | 27 Mar 2020
Due to the unforeseeable impact of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the Australian and New Zealand Institute of Insurance and Finance (ANZIIF) has decided to cancel its 2020 Australian and New Zealand Insurance Industry Awards - two separate...
Ranamita Chakraborty | 27 Mar 2020
The National Health Insurance Company - Daman, which is jointly owned by the government of Abu Dhabi (80%) and Munich Re (20%), will cover its members for any medical services related to the diagnosis and treatment of COVID-19 while outside the UAE.
Cynthia Ang | 27 Mar 2020
Zuhara Yusoff | 27 Mar 2020
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