Digital nomads: why personal health insurance matters
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Digital nomads: why personal health insurance matters

14 September 2022

So you are thinking about becoming a digital nomad? Or maybe it’s something you have already been doing for a number of years now?
And why not? Working one month from a beach in Thailand and the next from a café in Prague is a tempting alternative to being tied to an office.

Now, thanks to changing expectations around work and office and the growing acceptance of remote working – accelerated of course by the pandemic – becoming a digital nomad is more of a reality than ever before. What used to be the exclusive domain of a 20-something with a backpack and a travel blog is now a viable career choice for a much larger section of the population.

But while the nomadic lifestyle can be highly rewarding, there is one lingering question for all nomads – what happens if I get sick?

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