CareMatters COVID guidelines have been updated
- Proposed Insureds with a history of COVID with no hospitalization, no tobacco use, maximum BMI of 35, and no co-morbid conditions may be able to be considered without medical records for CareMatters after 1 month of full recovery if age 49 or younger, and after 2 months of full recovery if age 50 or older.
- Proposed Insureds who do not meet the above and have not been hospitalized will be postponed until 3 months of full recovery is achieved and is demonstrated by a documented visit post-COVID in medical records provided at no expense to Nationwide for review. COVID histories beyond 12 months recovery may not require medical records.
- Proposed Insureds with a history of COVID and hospitalization will be postponed for at least 12 months after diagnosis allowing the Proposed Insured to make a full recovery, and any consideration would require complete medical records.
For more information, call Nationwide’s National Sales Desk at 800‑321‑6064 or visit nationwidefinancial.com.