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Postponement of premium payments for persons 65+ and COVID-19 patients

Milenijum Insurance continues to operate responsibly in the wake of the COVID – 19 pandemic, with particular concern for the most vulnerable groups of the population 

All insurance beneficiaries over 65 years of age are allowed to delay the payment of insurance premiums for the duration of an emergency. Delayed payments of insurance premiums will be possible without the interest and with an appropriate allocation of debt at the end of that period.

Delaying the payment of insurance premiums during the state of the emergency will also apply to all insurance beneficiaries who have been referred for hospital treatment as a result of a coronary virus infection. In order to exercise this right, it is necessary to report to the Milenijum Insurance upon a treatment, with the submission of a proper coronavirus treatment document. The aforementioned benefit applies to voluntary insurance policies.

As in the previous period, we will be available for all customer questions through the Call Center, which is available every working day from 8 am to 4 pm by phone: 011 / 7152-300 or by email: office@milenijum-osiguranje.rs

Milenijum Insurance urges clients to be responsible and stay home, safeguarding their health and that of their loved ones.

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