Hold up a protective umbrella for your family and relatives
When traveling to Canada to visit relatives, especially if parents need to stay for a period of time to see their children, it is often indispensable to purchase a travel insurance with medical insurance. As we all know, the cost of medical care in Canada is very expensive. For people without any medical insurance, the cost of hospitalization in Canada can range from a few thousand Canadian dollars to tens of thousands of Canadian dollars (intensive care unit), maybe in a few days it will wipe out your savings. Don't wait until you're sick and in the hospital to think about buying insurance. The role of insurance is to plan ahead and stay a peace of mind. Visitors who hold visitor visas cannot participate in the Canadian government's medical insurance plan, so purchasing a travel insurance that is most suitable for you can save you from huge unknown risks and allow you to enjoy a safe and pleasant travel time.
Who needs to buy travel insurance?
- Visitors to Canada, tourist, foreign workers
- Super Visa applicants
- Graduates and new immigrants waiting for UHIP
Jia Hui from China was visiting her family in Canada, when she began experiencing extreme abdominal pain. Her family took her to their doctor who recommended she go to the hospital. At the hospital, Jia Hui was given a CT scan, revealing she was having an appendicitis attack. She was immediately taken to the operating room and her appendix was removed. She was discharged the next day with Tylenol 3.
Travel insurance covered: $11,851.47
Travel insurance includes the following:
- Emergency medical treatment
- Follow-up visits
- Prescription drugs
- Professional medical services
- Fracture treatment
- Hospital allowance
- Emergency air transportation
- Airfare to return home for treatment
- Return of travelling companion
- Return of dependent children
- Others(details in the wording document)