Hollard Life Assurance, a subsidiary of Hollard Ghana, has announced a free COVID-19 cover for all its existing and new customers on individual and group policies. This is to help ease the burden of the pandemic on Ghanaians.
At no additional cost, the complimentary COVID-19 cover will provide policy holders and their beneficiaries with financial support in the event of hospitalisation or death as a result of the novel coronavirus disease.
Group CEO, Hollard Ghana, Patience Akyianu said: “These are not normal times. With COVID-19 and the uncertainty it presents, our customers want support that goes beyond funeral or personal accident cover. We are committed to ensuring a secure future for them, hence this comprehensive benefit to safeguard their wellbeing and add value to the existing products we offer”.
On his part, Managing Director-Life Assurance, Nashiru Iddrisu, said Hollard Life’s products are uniquely designed to cater for individual, family and group needs even during the pandemic. “We’ve got our existing and new customers covered. Adepa Life Insurance policy is a simple family-oriented plan that covers the policyholder and up to seven members of their family. Our Purple Employee Plan provides a more comprehensive 24-hour protection, adequate and substantial cover at competitive premiums for employees throughout their employment. It is our purpose to treat everyone with care and dignity, so adding on this automatic benefit makes sense.
“New customers are also entitled to full benefits under the policies for themselves and their insured dependents,” he added.
The country’s favourite insurance group, Hollard Ghana, offers various life and general insurance products, including funeral, personal accident, motor, business, home and more
Hollard Ghana combines its deep local knowledge of the market with the world-class expertise of an international insurance brand. With feet firmly planted on the Ghanaian soil but headquartered in South Africa, Hollard delivers innovative insurance solutions customised to the unique risks Ghanaians face. Hollard was previously Metropolitan Insurance, which operated in Ghana for over 25 years.