Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki thanked the insurance industry for supporting the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate and financing the work of 100 call centre consultants.
‘I would like to thank you for your initiative and financial support for the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate organised by the Polish Chamber of Insurance. The smooth organisation of this project is a response to an important social need and a helping hand for citizens in need of assistance in connection with COVID-19’, wrote Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki in his letter to Jan Grzegorz Prądzyński, President of the Management Board of the Polish Chamber of Insurance.
ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF SUPPORT IN THE FIGHT AGAINST THE PANDEMIC
The letter is an acknowledgement of the industry’s initiative to support people fighting COVID-19, as well as Poles who are confronted with the consequences of the pandemic. In total, 18 insurance companies have financed an additional call centre for the Chief Sanitary Inspectorate (GIS). The project was organised by the Polish Chamber of Insurance. Insurers financed the work of 100 additional consultants for the next six months.
A TOTAL OF 18 INSURANCE COMPANIES FINANCED A CALL CENTRE FOR THE CHIEF SANITARY INSPECTORATE
‘I would like to extend my special gratitude to the eighteen insurance companies that have financed the work of additional consultants for the GIS helpline, namely: Allianz, Aviva, Axa, Compensa, Credit Agricole Ubezpieczenia, Ergo Hestia, Generali, Interrisk, MetLife, PKO Ubezpieczenia, PZU Group, Saltus, TUW TUW, Uniqa, Unum, Vienna Life, Warta and Wiener’, concluded Mateusz Morawiecki.