LUMA COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners


LUMA COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners

As Thailand slowly opens to visitors, the Thai government has implemented a new policy for all foreign travelers. The policy specifies that inbound travelers must provide a COVID-19 insurance policy with an insured amount of at least 100,000 USD when applying for a Certificate of Entry (COE) to Thailand.

LUMA Thailand Pass

LUMA Thailand is trusted and recommended as travel insurance of choice. Now, you can enter Thailand with full confidence. Choose the travel insurance plans designed to meet the requirements of COVID-19 Insurance for foreigners who want to visit or travel to Thailand during the COVID-19 pandemic. It literally fits the current situation as it would take care of both travel accidents, medical expenses and guarantee with COVID-19 certificate to apply for Thai Visa, certificate of entry, and entry to Thailand.

Highlights of Coverage

  • Cover up to 3.5 million baht (equivalent to at least 100,000 USD)
  • Choice of period from 30, 60, 90, 180, 270 and up to 365 days
  • COVID-19 Covered
  • COVID-19 Insurance Certificate Provided
  • Satisfy Thai Immigration Requirement
  • Coverage starts immediately upon arrival in Thailand
  • Premium starts from 3,100 THB

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Easy and Fast Application COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners

Easy to apply via an online portal and able to receive a COVID 19 insurance certificate within 5 minutes.

Plans can be purchased online using a credit card and once payment is completed a COVID 19 insurance certificate of coverage will be sent via email allowing the traveler to apply for visas and enter the Kingdom of Thailand.

LUMA COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners

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Frequently Asked Questions

Does the policy cover only COVID-19 or other illnesses as well?

The policy covers medical expenses for sudden and unforeseeable injuries from accidents and illnesses (including COVID-19 in Thailand) during the travel to Thailand.

Can the coverage start as soon as possible?

The policy start date should be the date you plan to arrive in Thailand because it will only be activated once you reach Thai immigration points.

If I am tested positive for COVID-19 during the quarantine but without showing symptoms, does the policy cover related medical costs?

Yes, if you are tested positive for COVID-19 during the state quarantine in Thailand, but not showing any symptoms; the policy will cover related medical costs according to the terms & conditions of the policy.

What duration should I purchase?

The insurance coverage period needs to match your entire stay in Thailand, at least.

Can you please confirm the certificate is accepted by the Thai Embassy or Consulate?

Yes. We guarantee the acceptance of the insurance certificate by Thai embassies and consulates. If your certificate is rejected, please contact us and we’ll help resolve the issue.

Which type of Visa application can I use Luma Thailand Pass for?

COVID-19 coverage for Certificate of Entry application (COE) which includes Visa Exemption, SETV application, non-immigrant visa, and STV visa application.

My visa application was rejected by the Thai embassy. Can I cancel my policy and receive a refund?

Yes, you can cancel the policy and request a refund.

Does LUMA insurance allow for date changes for the policy coverage period?

Yes.

Sample LUMA COVID-19 Insurance

Sample LUMA COVID-19 Insurance for Foreigners

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16 Comments

  1. Juan
    June 11, 2021
    Reply

    Hi I am planning to live in Thailand for two years. I will be arriving there on a Non Immigrant B Visa and then looking to obtain a work permit. What is the ideal length of insurance I should get?

    • June 11, 2021

      Dear Juan,
      Good day.
      If your initial Non Immigrant B visa is only 90 days, you are only required to show 90 days validity of COVID 19 insurance for you to get the COE. However, you are freely allowed to extend your insurance within Thailand.
      Thank you.

  2. Jessica Montoya
    May 25, 2021
    Reply

    I purchased coverage on 5/24/2021. I have not received my policy or any information. My card was charged though…

    • May 26, 2021

      Dear Jessica,
      Good day.
      It might be that the email address you provided was wrong or you have misspelled it. You may also check your spam or junk box. If no email has been received, you may email brokersupport@lumahealth.com
      Thank you.

  3. Jessica Montoya
    May 25, 2021
    Reply

    I purchased coverage yesterday and have not received anything. I tried emailing and calling with no luck. My credit card was already charged…

    • May 26, 2021

      Dear Jessica,
      Good day.
      It might be that the email address you provided was wrong or you have misspelled it. You may also check your spam or junk box. If no email has been received, you may email brokersupport@lumahealth.com
      Thank you.

  4. Joan
    May 23, 2021
    Reply

    I want to ask if I need to buy the health insurance before applying for visa in Thailand of after I get visa ?

    • May 26, 2021

      Dear Joan,
      Good day.
      If you are applying for the Thai Visa in the UK and US, the application portal required for you to provide the insurance and ASQ Hotel booking already before getting the visa.
      Thank you.

  5. Mark Mayer
    May 18, 2021
    Reply

    I purchased covid insurance but have not recieved the policy yet. How can I contact someone.

    • Mark Mayer
      May 18, 2021

      I just received it. Thank you

    • May 18, 2021

      Dear Mark,
      You’re welcome. Have a good day.

    • May 18, 2021

      Dear Mark,
      Good day.
      The policy and the COVID 19 insurance certificate will be sent to you by email and you will have it in PDF format.
      Thank you.

  6. LE FLAMANC YANN
    May 13, 2021
    Reply

    hello ,
    I want to go France my country soon. I have a non imm visa o till the 23 december 2021. What duration for a covid assurance must i take if i come back to Thailand on the 30 september 2021.
    Best regards

    • May 14, 2021

      Dear Yann,
      Good day.
      If you have no return flight when you re-enter Thailand in September, you need to have a 90-day COVID 19 Insurance.
      Thank you.

  7. JOHN FRENEY
    April 23, 2021
    Reply

    How many days covid insurance do i need if im travelling one way to thailand to see family,i am married to a thai lady.

    • April 23, 2021

      Dear John,
      Good day.
      In order for you to travel one-way to Thailand, you are supposed to obtain a 90-day Non Immigrant O visa and COE. This would mean, you also need to have a COVID 19 insurance valid for 90 days.
      Thank you.