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  • ● On August 23, 2021, FSC transferred MHW’s revised second level warning standards and penalties for Covid-19 epidemic prevention measures, and required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to follow.
  • ● On August 12, 2021, FSC transferred MHW’s revised second level warning standards and penalties for Covid-19 epidemic prevention measures, and required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to follow.
  • ● On June 24, 2021, FSC report "Temporary rule of automobile insurance payment for Covid-19" in record.
  • ● On June 23, 2021, FSC report "Temporary Exemption of Phone Interview for vaccination comprehensive insurance and statutory infectious disease comprehensive insurance online business by Insurance Brokers and Agents During the COVID-19 Pandemic".
  • ● On June 23, 2021, FSC report "Temporary Principles for the Business Solicitation via Mobile Devices by Insurance Agents During the COVID-19 Pandemic".
  • ● On June 23, 2021, FSC report "Temporary Principles for the Conduct of Face-to-Face Interactions and the Handling of Hardcopy Documents by Insurance Brokers and Agents During the COVID-19 Pandemic".
  • ● On June 9, 2021, FSC transferred MHW’s revised third level warning standards and penalties for Covid-19 epidemic prevention measures, and required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to follow.
  • ● On June 3, 2021, FSC required the life and non-life insurance associations to inform their members that interim measures to facilitate insurance companies to negotiate with the tenant for assistance measures extended to the implementation period of Special Act for Prevention, Relief and Revitalization Measures for Severe Pneumonia with Novel Pathogens.
  • ● On June 1, FSC report "Temporary rule of group application for Vaccination insurance and Pandemic insurance" in record.
  • ● On May 31, 2021, FSC transferred MHW’s second and third level warning standards and penalties for Covid-19 epidemic prevention measures, and required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to follow.
  • ● On May 26, FSC report "Temporary Principles for the Conduct of Face-to-Face Interactions and the Handling of Hardcopy Documents by Non-Life Insurers During the COVID-19 Pandemic" and related detail rules in record.
  • ● On May 25, 2021, FSC filed the Temporary Principles for the "Conduct of Face-to-face Interactions and the Handling of Hard Copy Documents by Life Insurers during the Covid-19 Pandemic" and related temporary operation rules.
  • ● On May 19, 2021, in response to Covid-19 epidemic, FSC required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to strengthen epidemic prevention measures.
  • ● On December 1, 2020, FSC & other 8 authorities announced that people enter the business premises of insurance companies and other high-risk areas of infection places should wear masks. The epidemic prevention measures effected on that day, and FSC required the life & non-life insurance industry related associations to inform their members to follow.
  • ● On June 10, 2020, based on CDC, FSC loosened the epidemic prevention measures about entering the business premises of insurance companies.
  • ● On May 13, 2020, FSC announced that in order to prevent COVID-19, people enter the business premises of insurance companies should cooperate with the implementation of the measurement of body temperature and wear masks. Those who have high body temperature or who do not wear masks are not allowed to enter the said places.
  • ● On May 5, 2020, FSC required the life and non-life insurance associations to inform their members continuously refer to the information security threat information and protection recommendations issued by F-ISAC, and promote the prevention of social engineering methods to remind personnel to be more vigilant and indeed follow internal standards and standard operating procedures.
  • ● On April 29, 2020, FSC required the life and non-life insurance associations to incorporate F-ISAC recommendations into self-regulatory measures to ensure the information safety control of insurers’ remote offices or home offices.
  • ● On April 20, 2020, FSC required the insurance industry related institutions or associations, during COVID-19 epidemic period, they should refer to the recommendations on information security threats issued by F-ISAC to implement information security control operations.
  • ● On April 10, 2020, FSC required the life and non-life insurance associations to inform their members of interim measures to facilitate insurance companies to negotiate with the tenant for assistance measures.
  • ● On April 2, 2020, FSC issued a press release of interim measures to facilitate insurance companies to negotiate with the tenant for assistance measures.
  • ● On March 25, 2020, FSC required the insurance industry related associations informed their members to cancel public gatherings with more than 100 people indoor and more than 500 people outdoor to reduce the risk of community infection.
  • ● On March 23, 2020, FSC required the insurance industry related associations informed their members to cancel large conferences or events during COVID-19 epidemic period.
  • ● On March 18, 2020, FSC required the staff of the insurance industry and related institutions or associations shall report to his entity about the country and region which he plans to visit until date of dissolution of the Central Epidemic Command Center.
  • ● On March 10, 2020, FSC issued a press release to explain the measures to facilitate insurance companies to shorten or cancel the waiting period of medical insurance products for COVID-19. The FSC agreed the amendments to the ‘‘Identification Standards for New-Type Life Insurance Products’’ submitted by the Life Insurance Association for shortening or cancellation of the waiting period of health insurance products for statutory infectious diseases.
  • ● On February 21, 2020, FSC required the insurance industry related associations to inform their members to raise their information security awareness and implement information security protection work during the epidemic period.
  • ● On January 22, 2020, FSC required the insurance industry to initiate contingency measures in response to statutory infectious diseases.
 
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