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Covid forms 40% of total health insurance claims

IndiaTimes Friday, 16 October 2020 ()
As of September, Covid now forms 40% of total health claims for the general insurance industry. It has been steadily increasing from 8% in May to 23% in July to 34% in August — as cases rise and reliance on private healthcare increases.
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