Anyone bothered to get extra insurance against 'rona?
I have free statutory health insurance in my country that pays me 70% of my salary in case I get sick, on top of that our bank got us extra insurance against COVID, which is a one-time payment of 70% of the monthly paycheck.
I am thinking about paying an extra dime to extend the insurance to get paid at least 200% of the monthly paycheck in case I get sick. Should I do that?
P.S. Healthcare is free in my country, I just want to get compensated for the loss of salary and possible loss of study time since I am also doing postgrad.