180,000 British pensioners in EU relying on NHS will be covered for 12 months
Last month, we reported that negotiations were ongoing to decide healthcare status (S1 certificate) for British pensioners living abroad in case of a no-deal Brexit. Under the current system, the UK pays for the healthcare costs of 180,000 UK nationals in healthcare systems across the EU. A function of EU membership, this process works on a reciprocal basis, with the UK, EU member states and EFTA states (Iceland, Norway, Liechtenstein and Switzerland) reimbursing each other for the healthcare...
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