First date paid by health insurance

28th October 2010, Comments 0 comments


Dutch health insurer VGZ has announced it will pay for the first date arranged through a dating site for singles.

Research has shown that people who are in a long-term relationship are happier - and therefore healthier - than singles. The action is also aimed at promoting its new supplementary policy for singles.

A spokesman says that for seven days those interested in the supplementary health insurance can contact the dating site via the VGZ website. There is no obligation to sign up for a policy.

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