Prudential Hong Kong Limited and Prudential General Insurance Hong Kong Limited (collectively “Prudential”) are launching a new incentive programme to give away 10-year insurance plans with protection coverage of over HK$130 million per year to help raise the COVID-19 vaccination rate in Hong Kong.

To encourage more people to join the fight against the pandemic by getting vaccinated, Hong Kong citizens who have received at least one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine can enter the “Prudential COVID-19 Vaccination Lucky Draw” via the health and wellness app, Pulse by Prudential (“Pulse”), for a chance to win the following prizes:

10 winners will each receive a 10-year complimentary coverage for PRUHealth VHIS VIP planThe plan offers the insured an annual cover of HK$12,000,000 each year plus access to other value-added services.   

10 winners will each receive one complimentary 10-year individual cover of PRUChoice Travel Insurance. This plan offers the insured medical expenses and personal accident protection of up to HK$1,200,000 per trip for an unlimited number of trips throughout a policy year.

“It is a critical period for boosting inoculations. To further demonstrate our corporate citizenship and ‘WE DO’ spirit, Prudential is launching a lucky draw campaign to incentivise local residents to get immunised,” said Derek Yung, Chief Executive Officer at Prudential. “At Prudential we firmly believe that ‘Protection’ is one of the key phases in one’s health journey, and we encourage Hong Kong people to get vaccinated at their earliest to protect themselves, their loved ones and the community.”

Mr Yung added, “We have seen an increasing demand for health protection amid the COVID-19 pandemic and many Hong Kongers are also avid travelers who will be on the move once the pandemic situation improves. We are offering our flagship VHIS and travel insurance plans as they are the most relevant to them.”

Details and Terms and Conditions of the “Prudential COVID-19 Vaccination Lucky Draw” are being finalised and will be announced in due course.