AIG Life has resumed face-to-face medical screenings if customers want them
AIG Life said: "From 1 June, government guidelines mean that some face-to-face screenings can take place. We understand that not everyone will be able to, or be comfortable with, having a nurse attend their house so we'll continue to consider alternative options, such as virtual medical screening." The insurer said that customer and nurse safety is its number one priority. It has therefore added a number "special measures" including: Additional questions on symptoms and contact before an...
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