Posted On : 13-05-2020

More Protection for BCA AIA Customers who Contracted Covid-19

Proteksi Lebih untuk nasabah BCA AIA Yang Positif Covid-19

Coronavirus disease (Covid-19) has become a world-shaking pandemic that poses a threat to everyone, including policy holders. Therefore, AIA, a BCA Bancassurance partner, provides protection for existing customers who have contracted Covid-19 by providing Inpatient Benefits of Rp1,500,000 per day up to a maximum of 30 days until May 31st, 2020.

For new customers whose policies issued between 16 March  – 31 May 2020, AIA will provide an additional 50% Sum Assured (to 150% of Sum Assured) with a maximum value of up to Rp1 billion if the policyholder dies due to Covid-19 until 31 December 2020 (post 14 days of issuance).

To obtain this protection, the customers must follow the government guidelines and orders for Covid-19 patients.

Terms and conditions of the program:

  • Inpatient benefits plus 50% of the Sum Assured only applies once per person.
  • The additional benefit of 50% of the Sum Assured applies for the purchase of Maxi Infinite Link Assurance, Maxi Protection, Proteksi Penyakit Kiritis Maksima (PRIMA), Provisa Max Assurance, Provisa Platinum Syariah policies during the period of the program.
  • The relevant policies owned by the customer must be active (in force)
  • Insurance claim can be done by filling out the insurance claim form and attach a statement letter issued by a physician or hospital stating that the customer has contracted Covid-19 along with the period of hospitalization and other supporting documents. 


Protect yourself and your family now. For further information, please contact Halo BCA 1500888 or mention us at Twitter account @HaloBCA

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