Avo Insurance launches “Coronavirus Disease Protection”

During these difficult times, Avo Insurance (Avo) stands shoulder to shoulder with Hongkongers with its newly launched Coronavirus Disease Protection, helping everyone to stay protected from any unforeseen circumstances associated with the COVID-19 outbreak, and to “Live a Fruitful Life”.

 

To extend our sincere gratitude towards Hong Kong’s healthcare professionals for their dedication and tireless efforts during this time, eligible hospital staff can redeem the limited Coronavirus Disease Protection for free. The coverage will include hospital cash of HKD 500 per day (up to 30 days) and HKD 50,000 death benefit from coronavirus, with a 45-day coverage period (including 14-day waiting period). Hospital staff can simply register online on Avo’s website at: https://www.heyavo.com/en/covid/medical

 

Winnie Wong, Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of Avo Insurance said, “In light of the current situation, we believe that every little bit counts and we are responsible to do our part in contributing back to the healthcare community”.

 

In addition, Avo will be offering existing and new customers who purchase Avo’s Cancer Protection or Annual Travel Protection (before 26 February 2020) the Coronavirus Disease Protection as a complimentary add-on benefit, with 45-day coverage period (including 14-day waiting period). For Hongkongers to purchase the Coronavirus Disease Protection, the premium is set at HKD 500 for a 3-month protection period.

 

Because of the developing coronavirus situation, several countries and regions have implemented measures and alerts that might affect travel plans. To aid with the changing circumstances, Avo will offer flexible Travel Protection allowing policyholders to rearrange travel schedules. For those who decide to stay indoors, Avo offers an eWallet Protection that helps online shoppers from identity theft and unauthorized transactions on their eWallets.

 

Avo is continuing to monitor the changing developments on COVID-19, and is committed to providing support and adapting insurance plans according to the needs of the Hong Kong community. For more information and offerings by Avo, stay tuned to social media platforms, or visit www.heyavo.com.

 

Remarks: Eligible hospital staff refers to one who are permanent full-time, permanent part-time and contract staff of the Private Hospitals or Public Hospitals, including non-clinical staff group and non-nursing workers. For more information, please visit: www.heyavo.com/en/covid/medical.

 

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About Avo Insurance
Avo Insurance (Avo) is the first-of-its-kind virtual provider of general insurance in Hong Kong, combining in-depth industry knowledge with advanced technologies to provide diverse, affordable, convenient and innovative insurance solutions. With a mission to allow everyone to be insured anytime, anywhere, with just the click of a button, Avo aims to bring digital-savvy customers a seamless and integrated virtual insurance journey. Insurance should no longer be a cumbersome process but an easy way to allow everyone to “Live a Fruitful Life”!

 

Website: www.heyavo.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/avo.lifestyle/
LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/company/avo-insurance/

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