Could a health insurance company deny coverage for intentionally refusing a Covid-19 vaccine?
Let’s suppose that it is August 2021 and most Americans have been already vaccinated against the coronavirus. However, some Americans refuse the vaccination.
If a person gets sick and requires medical treatment for COVID-19, could an insurance company legally deny payment based on the person’s previous refusal to be vaccinated?Assume that the person does not have any valid medical or religious objections to vaccination. Also assume that the vaccine is available for free.
- LesterLv 52 months agoFavourite answer
They should deny it but im not sure if they will no harm in trying to help the world by getting the vaccine
- kswck2Lv 72 months ago
The Anti-Vac crowd has caused a surge in previously eradicated diseases like Measles, TB, Polio, etc. And they base their decisions mostly on outdated or disproven 'science. They are all nuts.
- a2yarLv 72 months ago
- 2 months ago
only half of 65 and older get flu vaccinations
so if you want to think of it that way
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- Anonymous2 months ago
No, not unless some laws are changed to become really wacky.