Future Generali to offer health insurance for live-in partners, LGBT community

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09/06/2022

Future Generali India Insurance Company Limited (FGII) has launched a health insurance product that brings LGBTQIA+ community (lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender) and members in a live-in relationship within the scope of the definition of ‘family’ to offer insurance coverage. The comprehensive health insurance product called FG Health Absolute allows customers to access value added services like tele counselling, webinars on mental and physical health, vouchers for wellness centres, fitness, sports and diagnostic centres and regular health check-ups to ensure a healthy and fit lifestyle as part of the wellness benefits bundled with the policy. The policy, which is available across online and offline channels, features eleven sum insured options for customers, ranging from ₹3 lakh to ₹100 lakh and offers protection to a maximum of 15 family members. There is no upper age limit for customers, ensuring access to optimal healthcare at all stages of the individual’s life, the company said.

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