Outbreak of Coronavirus

Since 2005, WHO has been declared five global health emergencies: swine flu (2009); Ebola (2014); polio (2014); Zika (2016) and Ebola (2019). Now on the mysterious outbreak of a new pneumonia-like illness, on Jan. 30 World Health Organization declared a global health emergency. The coronavirus, WHO named this virus “2019-NCOV acute respiratory disease,” and scientists in China referred to it as “2019-NCOV–infected pneumonia, or NCIP”. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, coronavirus is a large family of viruses which symptoms range from mild to moderate respiratory illnesses.

What is Coronavirus?

Coronavirus gets his name from the Latin word “CORONA” which means halo or crown. The new Coronavirus — is thought to have originated from the Chinese city Wuhan and endangers about two dozen countries. A Coronavirus has the potential to mutate easily from an animal to humans, in a genetic study scientists found 2019-NCOV or betacoronavirus has origin in bats. However, some experts have criticized the study and suggested snakes as a possible source of 2019-now. But in contrast Brandon J. Brown state that the fatality rate of the Coronavirus is currently lower compared to many other viruses – 200/10,000. 

How fast is the virus spreading?

The World Health Organization says animal appears to be the primary source of the outbreak but yet-to-be-identified this lower-respiratory tract illnesses. Coronavirus transmission can happen animal-to-animal, animal-to-human as well as from human-to-human. This virus has a fast jump mutation from one human to another, and from animals to humans. Determining how deadly a virus is to know how rapidly the virus has been spread among humans. The WHO has reported that there has been person-to-person transmission even outside China, it also infected outsiders who were also with the coronavirus even without having direct travel to China. Though we all know it’s the contagious viral infection and need major antiviral vaccines. Progressively and rapidly develop more severe symptoms like shortness of breath or symptoms of pneumonia. Some patients become only mildly ill, symptoms may appear within two days to 14 days after exposure to the virus. 

As per the World Health Organization report, Hubei province in China has a large outbreak, a total of 9,074 cases, 294 deaths and 215 cured people from Coronavirus. So far 4 cases are detected in Canada. On 31 Jan, President Donald Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau discussed putting “efforts to monitor, contain, and mitigate the spread of the 2019 novel Coronavirus.” On Jan. 28, the CDC and the U.S. State Department have recommended avoiding all nonessential travel to China to avoid exposure to infection. A total of 20 U.S. airports are officially screening travelers for the Coronavirus. Currently, no vaccine is available to prevent contagious Coronavirus.

CDC recommended every day many measures to avoid being exposed to this virus. This is the time to go for Super Visa, an option for parents and grandparents of Canadian citizens and permanent residents to visit their family in Canada. It’s not only benefits with a multi-entry visa that lasts up to ten years, the most popular visa which has proof of Canadian medical insurance.  

As a requirement, Super Visa Insurance has medical coverage for minimum healthcare coverage of $100,000, repatriation and hospitalization. This policy will cover the entire duration of at least one year of stay of parents and grandparents in Canada. There are a few key differences in Super Visa requirements; medical exam, requirement, and the medical insurance requirements but most of the requirement is the same as the Visitor Visa. In detail to know about all the requirements and essential documents required are explained in more detail in the link: https://supervisa.travelshield.ca/2019/10/07/step-by-step-guide-to-super-visa-insurance/ and what coverage you will get on opting the Super Visa https://supervisa.travelshield.ca/2020/01/21/how-to-claim-the-super-visa-insurance-coverage/.

For super Visa insurance coverage, it is mandatory to have stable pre-existing medical conditions for 90, 180, or 365 days. The majority of claims automatically being denied due to unstable pre-existing medical conditions and if your health doesn’t permit travel. In case of an emergency, it’s important to have a copy of the policy or registration card under Super Visa Insurance to access the medical supervision. Inform your insurer as soon as possible if your parents have any symptoms of coronavirus. Please bring it to the attention of your Insurance advisor, to be eligible to file a claim. Most insurance companies do not offer coverage for ages 80 and older, with Travel Shield Canada Insurance there are no age restrictions your parents and/or grandparents up to any age. For more surety, it is important to read the policy wording carefully to ensure the eligibility is met and exclusions may limit some benefits. 

Travel Shield Canada Insurance has supported travelers to and from Canada for over 20 years, providing value-added Super Visa Insurance and best help services. Our 24/7/ helpline service available at your service, dedicated to helping your parents and grandparent whenever they need our office in Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec, Alberta, Saskatchewan, and Manitoba. Super Visa Insurance protection policy should be effective from the first day parents or grandparents come to Canada. The medical emergency protection policy under Super Visa Insurance will cost you in dollars. Our efficient and experienced advisors at Travel Shield Canada Insurance will guide you and provide you with the best insurance plan that will benefit and provide all the amenities you need in one insurance policy to provide you. 

Moreover, when a Super Visa request is denied or turned down for any reason if visitors have some emergency or decide to return to their home country earlier before their anticipated date of return. We promise to process the 100% refunds of the paid premium for the visa insurance protection. We strive hard to deliver the best Super Visa Insurance policy at your convenience. Most conveniently, we guide online and help you in according to your convenient time and requirements. For making you stay the memorable stay in Canada, join your hands with Travel Shield Canada Insurance. Our team of experts is known for the best service they have been providing in the insurance field and the top-rated advisors in Canada. Sign up with https://travelshield.ca/supervisainsurance.php for free consultancy and get updates regarding Super Visa and related benefits of having Super Visa Insurance.  Securing personalized medical help became quick and simple with Super Visa Insurance. Begin with our one-minute via email info@travelshield.ca or give them a call at 1-866-517-0606. 

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