FAQ – Frequently asked questions
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The costs of tests are only covered for suspected cases of Covid-19. Tests for the purpose of travelling, for example, are not covered.
Screening tests that are covered by health insurance are reimbursed as follows:
vaccination against COVID-19 will be fully reimbursed, without taking into account the deductible amount or 10% co-insurance. Costs are divided between the Swiss Confederation, cantons and health insurance companies.
Coronavirus vaccination invoices are sent directly to your insurance company. However, should you receive an invoice, you can ask the healthcare provider to correct it and send you a refund if you have already paid.
To find out whether you are among those eligible for the vaccine or for more details on how to get vaccinated, please go to the Coronavirus page on the website of the Swiss Confederation.
The Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH) provides a list of persons qualified as vulnerable:
You will find the rules to follow on the website of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH):
If you are directly impacted by the crisis, please contact us on 0848 803 111 for a payment arrangement or to extend the deadline.
Coronavirus screening tests may be covered by the Swiss Confederation under certain conditions, according to the recommendations of the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH):
According to the Federal Office of Public Health (FOPH), the priority is to wash your hands thoroughly. Therefore, hand disinfectant gel is not refunded as a means of prevention.
Treatments recognised by the compulsory health insurance (LAMal/KVG) cover treatments related to the Coronavirus. Therefore, you are covered by compulsory health insurance in case of illness abroad. This coverage also applies in the event of being placed in quarantine in a hospital abroad.
If you have subscribed to Mundo, this insurance also covers a number of additional costs up to CHF 100,000 per calendar year.
You can send your documents online via our GMnet customer area or our GMapp mobile application.
Of course, you can always send your documents to us by post to:
Rue des Cèdres 5
Groupe Mutuel letterboxes have been back in service since 4 May 2020 and are emptied daily. We are doing all we can to reduce processing times as much as possible.
Our Customer Services are available to help you on 0848 803 111, Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 18.00, except on public holidays. You can also use our live-chat as well as the call-back service available on our contact page.
No. According to the terms and conditions, Mundo insurance does not cover travel cancellations.
We are still available by telephone on 0800 808 848, from Monday to Friday from 08.00 to 18.00, except on public holidays. We also look forward to welcoming you in one of our agencies.
To find out all you need to know about the coverage of coronavirus-related benefits by corporate insurance, please go to the frequently asked questions for employees of companies insured with Groupe Mutuel.