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BANGKOK 23 January 2019 20:15
Jonathan Fairfield

Move to make health insurance mandatory for long-stay visas

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3 minutes ago, Youlike said:

And what about the VIP visa's, do they also need to take or show a healthcare insurance to stay in their condo? (some condo's gave a VIP visa for free if you bought a unit from them).

There is no visa called VIP visa.

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16 minutes ago, DepDavid said:

And what about those over 60 who can’t get insurance?  Is there going to be a plan available for them?

Of course there are plans, from International companies cost around 200 000-300 000

 

From Thai insurance with only 400 000 payout, would most likely set you back a lot less than from International

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