Interest in protection growing due to pandemic but myths persist

Drewberry report

John Brazier
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Interest in protection growing due to pandemic but myths persist

Misconceptions around rising cost of protection and lack of pay outs as a result of Covid hampering protection uptake

A new report has found that while there is increasing interest in protection products as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic, so too have the persistent myths surrounding insurance cover. Drewberry's Pandemic Health & Protection Survey 2021, carried out by YouGov, questioned the attitudes of 1,000 working adults towards how their financial status and views on protection have been impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. Around one in six respondents (18%) indicated that they were considering ta...

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