The Vaccination Mirage

The Vaccination Mirage

The Vaccination Mirage

Covid vaccine

There was a popular tweet doing the rounds lately. It said, India’s vaccination drive is like going for a marriage. At first, the groom wasn’t ready for it, then there was no suitable match and then the groom, because of not getting what he wanted, had to settle with whatever available. This is a very close comparison to the vaccination scenario in India. At first, we Indians were reluctant in taking the jab, then we started looking for the one we thought was perfect; then we went for whatever was available. This is still pertinent in some parts of India where a good share of the rural and semi-rural population is hesitant in taking a jab. I faced it at my home too when our domestic help refused to take the shot fearing her mother’s threat of dying of vaccination.

If we look around, it is clear as daylight that there are different layers of malfunctioning operating in our country when it comes to the vaccination drive. First, we celebrated defeating the virus early then we started exporting it to our neighboring countries and then all hell broke loose! We had the second wave even more severe. We had no vaccine for the vast 1.38 billion population and still the country is experiencing the shortage issue.

Keeping aside the unavailability issue, think about it. A country with approximately 65% rural population where availability of smartphone and Internet is scarce (approximately 35% access internet through smartphone), the functioning of the vaccination drive through a technology-enabled platform Cowin is a mayhem. Even with the 35% smartphone users, how many are digital savvy to book a slot on Cowin? Understandably, we are bearing its share of outcomes with rampant pandemic spread in rural areas for the first time.

Then there comes the state-center, public/private spat at the cost of the lives of common men. States are blaming for the unavailability of buying foreign vaccines where the center looks baffling without a clear buying and distribution framework. Also, the Supreme Court now calling the center’s vaccine policy “arbitrary and irrational”. As per reports, the Court wanted to know why people between the 18-44 age group need to buy the vaccine when the older population is getting it for free. Moving on, health experts stressed that the only way to win the fight against Covid is by rapidly vaccinating at least 80 per cent of the country’s population to create herd immunity. Its importance cannot be overemphasised especially in the context of the virus’ spread in rural India which is affected by rickety healthcare infrastructure.

A dear friend of mine, working with a media daily recently wrote an analysis where he said, the Covid-19 second wave is shifting base. It is more going to the eastern part of the country-where the occurrence of the disease has already seen a sharp spike of 20% compared to last year. Clearly, vaccination is the only answer to the deadly disease in such areas where healthcare facilities are laughable. And for the larger part of the country too, it is the only succor.  

But how are we going to see this happen? By the time the edition will be out, I’m sure there will be more such questions if we do not settle the storm sooner. Putting to rest all such a stalemate, can we look at a policy where a framework to provide free vaccination to the population can be laid? Sure, if we wish to be a $5 trillion economy, $5 billion to vaccinate all is not a big ask.

Happy Reading!
Sharmila Das


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Corona Kavach, Corona Rakshak Policy, Insurance cover for corona

All about Corona Kavach and Corona Rakshak Policy

Covid Policy

The Covid second wave has been proving frightful for everyone. At this time not only the number of Covid-19 patients has been spiraling, but the number death from this disease is also frightening. Facing this, people are once again revisiting the need of health insurance. We are telling you here whether your existing health insurance policy suffices or should you take a separate policy like Corona Kavach and Corona Rakshak.

Subhas Tiwari

Many have suffered severe financial distress while meeting the Covid-19 treatment. It is often reported that hospitals for Covid treatment have made a bill of Rs 8 to 10 lakh. Quite possible, your existing corporate policy or family floater policy falling short of paying for this treatment. This has opened us to policies like Corona Kavach or Corona Rakshak.

IRDAI directed instructions

The Insurance Regulatory and Development Authority of India (IRDAI) had directed in April last year that Covid-19 treatment would also be covered under all health insurance products. Meaning that if you have a health insurance policy, then the insurance company cannot refuse the claim for Covid treatment. Generally, such a policy covers cost of any other hospitalization treatment for more than 24 hours. The same applies to Covid treatment. But if you have taken a policy which has special schemes to cover diseases like Cancer, heart disease, critical illness, then it often does not cover Covid-19 treatment.

The IRDAI had last year asked all insurance companies operating in the country to bring a standard Covid-19 health insurance policy which such companies followed by bringing Covid specific covers. The good thing is that in such policies, the grace period is only 15 days. It implies you will get a cover when you take an insurance policy today and after 15 days you get infected with Covid. These policies are of two types – Corona Kavach and Corona Rakshak.

Corona Kavach Insurance Policy

This is a standard health insurance plan designed to cover the costs caused by Covid. This policy frees you from thinking about medical bills and treatment expenses.

Sum Insured and Duration

The Corona Kavach policy will have a basic mandatory policy. Apart from this, there is an optional cover, which can be added. To buy this policy, the minimum age of an adult should be 18 years and maximum age is 65 years. Whereas the minimum age for a child should be one day and maximum age should be 25 years. The Sum Insured for Corona Kavach policy is minimum Rs. 50, 000 and maximum is Rs 5 lakh. Tenure of insurance can be at least 3.5 months, 6.5 months and 9.5 months.

What does the Corona Kavach Policy cover?

Hospitalisation expenses: This includes bed charge, nursing charge, blood test, PPE kit, oxygen, ICU and doctor’s consulting fees.

Pre-Admission Expenses: Before hospitalization, the expenses of doctor consultation, check-up and diagnosis are included. On such expenses, cover is provided up to 15 days before hospitalisation.

Expenses after discharge: It provides coverage on medical expenses up to 30 days after discharge from the hospital.

Home care expenses: In case of home treatment too health monitoring and medicines are covered for up to 14 days.

Ayush: Under this policy, expenses on Ayurveda and related treatment are also covered

Road ambulance cover: Transfer from home to hospital and ambulance from hospital to home is also covered. In this, you get up to Rs. 2,000 per recruitment.

Hospital daily cash cover: In this policy, you have the option to add the hospital daily cash cover. Under this, the insurance company gives 0.5 per cent of the amount of insurance per day. It lasts for 15 days.

Tax benefit: You can avail tax benefit on premiums paid under health sections of this policy, as per Section 80D of Income Tax Act, 1961 and amendments made thereafter.

What it does not cover? 

  1. Waiting Period – Exclusions: The company shall not be liable to make any payment under the policy in connection with or in respect to following expenses till the expiry of waiting period mentioned below:
  2. First Fifteen Days Waiting Period– Covid treatment expenses of the first 15 days from the policy commencement date shall be excluded.
  3. Exclusions- The company shall not be liable to make any payment under the policy, in respect of any expenses incurred in connection with or in respect of:
  4. Investigation & Evaluation- Expenses related to any admission primarily for diagnostics and evaluation purposes. Any diagnostic expenses which are not related or not incidental to the current diagnosis and treatment.
  5. Rest cure, rehabilitation and respite care- Expenses related to any admission primarily for enforced bed rest and not for receiving treatment.
  6. Dietary supplements and substances that can be purchased without prescription, including but not limited to vitamins, minerals and organic substances unless prescribed by a medical practitioner as part of hospitalisation claim or home care treatment.
  7. Unproven treatments- Expenses related to any unproven treatment, services and supplies for or in connection with any treatment. Unproven treatments are treatments, procedures or supplies that lack significant medical documentation to support their effectiveness. However, treatment authorised by the government for the treatment of Covid shall be covered.
  8. Any claim in relation to Covid where it has been diagnosed prior to Policy Start Date.
  9. Any expenses incurred on Day Care treatment and OPD treatment.
  10. Diagnosis /treatment outside the geographical limits of India.
  11. Testing done at a diagnostic center which is not authorised by the government shall not be recognised under this policy.
  12. All covers under this policy shall cease if the insured person travels to any country placed under travel restriction by the Government of India.

Corona Rakshak Insurance Policy

Corona Rakshak is a benefit-based policy. A lump sum is paid to the person taking this policy when tested positive. However, for this you need to be admitted in the hospital for at least 72 hours continuously. People get three types of options under this policy. All three are of short duration. The policy has a duration of 3.5 months, 6.5 months and 9.5 months. After this period the policy will have to be renewed.

You will get the benefit only after 15 days

There is a 15-days waiting period in the Corona Rakshak Policy. You will not get the benefit of this policy if you test positive within 15 days of taking the policy.

Up to Rs. 2.5 lakh cover

The Corona Rakshak Policy offers even insured from Rs 50,000 to Rs 2,50,000. If you have taken a sum assured policy of Rs. 2.5 lakh, then you can get treatment up to Rs 2.5 lakh. This policy can be taken by anyone from 18 years to 65 years.

Exclusions: The company shall not be liable to make any payment under the policy, in respect of any expenses incurred in connection with or in respect of:

  1. Investigation & Evaluation
  2. Expenses related to any admission primarily for diagnostics and evaluation purposes.
  3. Any diagnostic expenses which are not related or not incidental to the current diagnosis and treatment
  4. Any diagnosis which is not related and not incidental to Covid is not covered in this policy.
  5. Testing done at a diagnostic center which is not authorised by the government shall not be recognised under this Policy.
  6. Any Covid claim manifested prior to commencement date of this policy or during the waiting period.
  7. Cover under this policy shall cease if the insured person travels to any country placed under travel restriction by the Government of India.

Difference between Corona Kavach and Corona Rakshak

Who is offering: Corona Kavach Policy is Covid Standard Health Insurance Policy which is mandatory to be issued by all general and health insurance companies. Life insurance companies cannot offer this. In contrast, any insurance company can offer Corona Rakshak Policy.

Minimum and maximum cover: Corona Kavach policy gets a cover of minimum Rs 50, 000 and maximum of Rs 5 lakh whereas under the Corona Rakshak Policy, minimum Rs 50, 000 and maximum of Rs 2.5 lakh is available.

Hospitalisation: Base coverage or even insurance in the Corona Kavach Policy will be applicable only if you have been hospitalised for at least 24 hours. After this, for any number of days, the insurance company will bear the sum of the sum insured for the hospital. Coverage will be available only after being admitted to the hospital for at least 72 hours under the Corona Rakshak Policy.

Nature of the policy: The Corona Kavach Policy shall have one basic mandatory cover and one optional cover. The premium payable towards this optional cover will have to be paid separately so as to enable policyholders to choose and pay based on the need. The base cover of Corona Kavach Policy will be offered on indemnity basis whereas optional cover shall be made available on benefit basis. In an indemnity cover, the claim is paid as per the hospital bills while in a benefit cover, the entire sum insured is paid to the policyholder.

Type of policy: One can buy Corona Kavach both on an individual basis and on family floater basis but Corona Rakshak is offered on an individual basis only and hence no family floater option is available in it.

Optional benefit: The Corona Kavach Policy gives one the option to add ‘Hospital Daily Cash’ cover. Under it, the insurer will pay 0.5 per cent of the sum insured per day for every 24 hours of continuous hospitalisation for Covid treatment following an admissible hospitalisation claim under this policy. The benefit shall be payable maximum up to 15 days during a policy period. However, there is no such feature in Corona Rakshak policy as it is entirely a benefit-based plan.

Documents to be submitted for Claim

The claim is to be supported with the following documents and submitted within the prescribed time limit.

  1. Duly filled and signed claim form.
  2. Copy of insured person’s passport, if available (All pages).
  3. Photo identity proof of the patient (if insured person does not own a passport).
  4. Medical practitioner’s prescription advising admission.
  5. Discharge summary including complete medical history of the patient along with other details.
  6. Investigation reports including insured person’s test reports from authorized diagnostic centre for Covid.
  7. NEFT Details (to enable direct credit of claim amount in bank account) and cancelled cheque.
  8. KYC (Identity proof with Address) of the proposer, where claim liability is above Rs 1 Lakh as per AML Guidelines.
  9. Legal heir/succession certificate, wherever applicable.
  10. Any other relevant document required by company/TPA for assessment of the claim.

Claim settlement guidelines (provision for penal interest)

  • The company shall settle or reject a claim, as the case may be, within 30 days from the date of receipt of last necessary document.
  • In the case of delay in the payment of a claim, the company shall be liable to pay interest from the date of receipt of last necessary document to the date of payment of claim at a rate of 2 per cent above the bank rate.
  • However, where the circumstances of a claim warrant an investigation in the opinion of the company, it shall initiate and complete such investigation at the earliest in any case not later than 30 days from the date of receipt of last necessary document. In such cases, the company shall settle the claim within 45 days from the date of receipt of last necessary document.


Debunking Covid-19 myths, Myths and Facts of Covid

Debunking Covid-19 myths, Myths and Facts of Covid

Debunking Covid-19 myths

Debunking Covid-19 myths

Debunking Covid-19 myths

Mindfulness has taken the form of paranoia and is contributing to the current infodemic related to the Coivd-19 outbreak. An infodemic is defined by the World Health Organization (WHO) as, “too much information including false or misleading information in digital and physical environments during a disease outbreak.” In this article, we attempt to discuss some common myths related to Coivd-19 infection and provide actual facts.

Richa Pande

As the Coivd-19 positive cases surge in India, there is an influx of information on the web and social media for its containment. Fake information like freshly cut onion can make a person Coivd-19 negative instantly or taking antibiotics will help in preventing Coivd-19 infection are being forwarded on social media. People have developed strong notions against some food items such as chicken, eggs, meat, and ice cream and they believe that eating them can cause Coivd-19 infection.

Myth: Let’s start with a very common myth. You won’t have a Coivd-19 infection if you can hold your breath for 10 seconds or more.

Fact: At the starting stage, dry cough, fever, tiredness are the most common symptoms of Coivd-19, and in some cases, there are no symptoms. So being able to hold your breath for 10 seconds or more without any discomfort does not mean you are not infected by the virus. If you have the above symptoms you must opt for a laboratory test for Coivd-19 and don’t just blindly follow what the social media or forwarded messages say.

Myth: If women take Coivd-19 vaccinations 8-10 days before or after their ovulation or during periods, they might face fertility issues.

Fact: Many gynecologists have come forward and clarified that this claim has no scientific backing.

Myth: Eating garlic and onion (with Himalayan Salt) helps in the prevention and treatment of Coivd-19 infection.

Fact: It’s true that onion and garlic have antimicrobial and anti-inflammatory properties but to date, there is no scientific evidence that they can prevent or cure Coivd-19. Consumption of too much of garlic can cause heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, and many other problems.

Myth: Antibiotics can prevent and treat Coivd-19 Infection.

Fact: Antibiotics work against bacteria, and not viruses. And we all know that Coivd-19 is caused by a virus. Therefore, antibiotics cannot cure or prevent Coivd-19 infection. When Coivd-19 positive patients are hospitalised, they are given antibiotics to prevent any other bacterial infection that might occur due to the hospitalisation. If you consume antibiotics without a doctor’s consult, you might develop anti- microbial resistance.

Myth Consuming alcohol can kill the Coronavirus.

Fact: The myth stems from the fact that alcohol in the sanitizers is effective in killing the COVID-19 Virus. Consuming alcohol will not destroy the virus or prevent your body from getting infected from it. Rather, consumption of alcohol weakens the immune system and thus reduces the ability to cope with infectious diseases.

Myth: Poultry products such as egg, meat cause Coivd-19.

Fact: There is no evidence to date that consuming poultry products are unsafe or can transmit COVID-19. Therefore, the consumption of poultry and related products may be considered safe. But to be preventive from other food-borne illnesses, meat should be thoroughly washed and cooked at the right temperature before consumption.

Myth: It is not safe to breastfeed your baby if you are infected with Coivd-19

Fact: As per WHO guidelines, it is safe to breastfeed your infant if you are infected by the virus, and the benefits of breastfeeding outweigh the potential risk of transmission. Also, you must wear a medical mask while breastfeeding the baby. Wash your hands with soap and water, or use an alcohol-based hand rub before feeding.

Myth: Exposing yourself to sun or temperature higher than 25 degrees Celsius will protect you from the disease and hand dryers can kill the Covid-19 virus.

Fact: No studies or evidence preach this. Therefore, exposing yourself to a higher temperature is not going to protect you from Covid-19, no matter how sunny or hot the weather is you can still get infected by the virus. And staying in the sun for too long can lead to age spots, precancerous skin growths, and skin cancer. Similarly, using the hand dryer frequently can cause adverse effects to the skin.

Myth: Ultra-violet (UV) lamps (some can even fit into your pockets) can be used to sanitise the surfaces and your hands to prevent the spread of the Covid-19 virus.

Fact: Ultra-violet (UV) lamps can be used to sanitise the surfaces but should NOT be used to disinfect hands or other areas of your skin. You must be very careful while using it. Exposure to UV radiation can cause skin irritation and damage your eyes. Using an alcohol-based sanitiser (minimum 70 per cent alcohol) or washing your hands with soap and water are the most effective ways to remove the virus.

Instead, here are some activities we should actually be doing to contain the spread of Covid-19 infection, and nurture our mental and physical wellbeing. For example:

  1. Wear masks whenever you go outside. Wear surgical masks (layered masks) whenever it’s not possible to maintain the social distance.
  2. Wash hands frequently for at least 20 seconds. Follow guidelines by WHO to wash hands properly.
  3. Avoid touching your facial area when you are in a public place.
  4. Eat healthy meals and stay hydrated.
  5. Do some physical activity on daily basis. Practice deep breathing exercises.
  6. Get plenty of sleep (minimum 7-8 hours). Remember that it boosts your immune system and ability to fight infections.
  7. Stay connected with your friends and family and share your feelings.
  8. Avoid excessive use of alcohol, cigarettes, and tobacco.
  9. Take a break from Covid-19 news, including social media.
  10. Watch your screen time.

Staying informed with the right facts in one of the most effective ways to fight the Covid-19. There are several other myths related to Covid-19 which could negatively impact our health as well. Let us decide to be mindful and act only on science-based facts and stop forwarding any misleading information. Specifically, the ones that indicate magical recovery or support the idea of excessive consumption of something. Let us act mindfully! Let us break the chain.


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