At least 3 OFWs died within 7 days due to health related issues, as per information received by PinoyThaiyo.
The first was on March 27, a 25-year old OFW female teacher died of cardiopulmonary failure in Sattahip. Then on Thursday, a 44-year old father of two succumbed to heart failure while playing basketball in Nonthaburi. Then just last Saturday, a 59-year long-time OFW who worked in several countries also died.
Not to scare our kababayan, but to remind everyone to be more careful and take care of our health and well-being. Getting health insurance is also important in case of unforeseen medical emergencies.
Here are some contacts in case you want to avail of a health or accident insurance.
Tune Protect Insurance (Thailand)
Mr. King Rangel
International Marketing Manager
Piyavate Hospital, Bangkok
Tel: +66 (0) 2625 6651-2 (Direct line)
Fax: +66 (0) 2641 4476
Pacific Cross Thailand
Ms. Raquel A. Dator
T: +66 (02-318-1748) EXT:203
A: 891 Sukhumvit Road., Klongtan Nua Wattana Bangkok
Agent Name: Mr. Mai Vannaying
License Number: 6305000428
Paramount Life & General Insurance (POEA accredited)
Ms Annabelle Fincale
Mobile: +639175406671 (Manila)
SSO (Social Security Thailand) Inquiry