Safeguard your family and yourself against Dengue and Zika fever.
***Double your protection against Dengue and Zika fever: Receive a complimentary 50ml bottle of Elven Guard Mosquito Repellent (U.P. $10) with every purchase of MozGuard Insurance. Limited to the first 50 customers only. View the Giveaway FAQs for more information.***
The battle against mosquitoes, especially Dengue fever, is a perennial problem with potentially dangerous consequences.
Singapore’s warm climate accelerates mosquito breeding and maturation. Mosquito-borne diseases transmit easily. Increased travel raises chances of mosquito-borne disease infection overseas, or any one bringing in new mosquito-borne diseases into Singapore. Diseases can be life-threatening.
MozGuard Insurance safeguards your family and yourself by providing you the protection coverage you require to combat against Dengue and Zika fever.
Wide coverage against mosquito-borne diseases:
- From existing diseases in Singapore to those which have yet to reach our shores.
- Protection coverage against Dengue fever, Zika fever, Chikungunya fever, Malaria and Yellow fever.
Affordable premium tied to your dengue cluster’s alert level:
- From as little as $3.16 a month or $38 a year.
100% benefit payout for your out-of-pocket expenses.
Choose from 2 Plans:
Plan Type Sum Insured (S$) Plan A $3,000 Plan B $1,500 Continual yearlong coverage even after your first claim:
- You can make the first claim after a waiting period of 14 days after application date. And in between each clinically diagnosed disease, there will be a separation period of 90 days before the next claim can be made. Hypothetically, anyone can claim up to the following in a year:
Protection for all ages from 1 to 99 years old. Quick online application in just 5 steps.
Sum Insured of S$3,000
Sum Insured of S$1,500
Yearly Premium Rates (S$)
This product is covered under PPF Scheme.
This content is for reference only and is not a contract of insurance. Full details of the policy terms and conditions can be found in the policy contract.
Information is correct as at 7 September 2016.