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Proof of Medical Insurance to enter the Czech Republic
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Most health insurance policies include some form of emergency coverage in case you become sick or injured. Some policies allow for a certain number of visits per year at no additional cost. Dr. Lauren: Neck Pain Relief in Baltimore
With insurance, that price could be reduced to a fraction of the cost. Depending on the policy, it might even be free. It’s possible to obtain low cost emergency only coverage, Dr. Rusick: Neck Pain Relief in Goodyear
I was in the Czech Republic .. I actually don’t remember if I had Contiki’s insurance or my own, but I don’t recall ANYONE having to show any sort of insurance documents when we entered, and I wasn’t told when I booked that I would have to do that either. But that was in 2009 so maybe things have changed.
But to be safe I’m sure you could contact your insurance company and explain the situation and they should be able to provide you with something.
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