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The coronavirus pandemic has placed everyone on alert worldwide. People are taking better care of their health and becoming more careful when it comes to personal hygiene.
For ex-pats and foreigners living in Thailand, the COVID situation has created some uncertainty. While following the local news can provide good updates about the coronavirus across the country, the information is not always reliable.
If you live, work, or stay in Thailand for extended periods, the thought of buying health insurance has almost certainly crossed your mind. Medical care in Thailand has the potential to cost a fortune, particularly in private hospitals where you are most likely to visit as a foreigner or expat. Even public or government hospital bills can tally up quickly for major procedures or long stays.
For any visitor to Thailand, whether as a tourist for leisure or a businessperson who regularly comes to the Land of Smiles, travel insurance is a top priority. Hospitals, especially private hospitals, can be rather expensive and you certainly don’t want to be left facing high bills while in Thailand.