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After a tough year last year, we’re excited for the new opportunities that 2022 brings. As all businesses have experienced, the COVID-19 pandemic created numerous challenges, but it has also brought some exciting new changes to the fore which we hope to capitalise on in order to continue to deliver valuable products and services to you, our members.
This client testimonial, from a member whose family has been insured by SES for over 17 years, goes to show that SES cares for its members and always goes the extra mile.
Throughout this uncertain and challenging year, we are grateful that we have continued to offer you world-class service based on the principles of treating our customers fairly and offering best-in-class policies.
Telemedicine certainly isn’t a new concept, but the pandemic has succeeded in vastly increasing its uptake. The Unisure Group operates throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
Our Kabulonga Office is moving to the corner of Kafue Road and Mahogany Drive, Lilayi, Lusaka. Please take note of the following important information…
SES Newsletter | February 2022
Last month we alerted you to the fact that booster COVID-19 vaccinations are now available in Zambia – we urge you and your loved ones to put your health first and diarise your booster shot due dates. Regardless of your vaccination status, please continue to take all necessary precautions to limit your exposure to large crowds and keep up those important hand hygiene habits.
SES Newsletter | November 2021
November is an incredibly busy month for our clinics, and we’ve no doubt it’s a busy month for you as 2021 draws quickly to a close. As we head towards ‘the silly season’, please continue to practise strict COVID-19 precautions to ensure that you and your loved ones end the year on a happy, healthy note.
SES Newsletter | August 2021
Thank you for celebrating our 25th birthday with us last month, and thank you to those of you who shared your own SES memories and kind words of congratulations.
SES Newsletter | May 2021
A few weeks ago we emailed a COVID-19 update regarding vaccination roll-outs in Zambia. This is a very positive step in the right direction for our country in the fight against COVID-19, but it’s also an important time to stay aware of your COVID-19 risks and to keep taking all safety precautions necessary to stop the transmission and spread of the virus.
SES Newsletter | February 2021
On the 14th of February, the Ministry of Health in Zambia reported on 983 new COVID-19 cases and 11 deaths in a 24-hour period. Now is the time to stay safe and stay at home as much as possible. If we all play our part – by wearing masks, limiting social contact and practising good hand hygiene – it will go a long way towards flattening the curve and limiting transmission.
SES Newsletter | January 2022
We hope that you and your loved ones had a wonderful holiday season and that you’re feeling energised and ready for a happy, healthy 2022. We’ve got news to share with you, including an update from our clinics on COVID-19 vaccines, as well as a concerning increase in rabies cases noticed by our medical staff last month.
SES Newsletter | October 2021
Today is Global Handwashing Day. It’s an important reminder to us all that washing our hands regularly helps save lives. Whether you’ve been fully vaccinated or not, we encourage all of you to continue practising strict hand hygiene measures, as well as wearing a mask and practising social distancing.
SES Newsletter | July 2021
SES Newsletter | April 2021
With World Health Day (7 April) behind us, and cold winter days ahead of us, now’s the time to put your health first, stay strong in the healthy habits you’ve formed over summer, and give your immune system a boost.
SES Newsletter | January 2021
While the promise of a COVID-19 vaccine is certainly reassuring, our numbers are rising in Zambia and we urge all of you to take the necessary precautions and stay safe. Practise social distancing and good hand hygiene, and wear a mask whenever you’re out in public.
SES Newsletter | December 2021
As we count down the days of what has been, for businesses and individuals alike, an incredibly challenging year, we’re filled with gratitude. Thank you to all of you – our clients, patients, members, friends, followers, and colleagues – for your ongoing support and confidence in us.
SES Newsletter | September 2021
Happy Spring! The change of the season can be a great motivation to embrace new beginnings and start incorporating new, healthy habits into your routine. If you’d like to understand what it takes to make a new habit stick, be sure to read our feature article below.
SES Newsletter | June 2021
June officially marks the halfway point of the year. It’s a great time to push pause and look back on the last six months. If you’re on track with any goals you may have set yourself for 2021, well done and keep at it. If you’ve realised that you’ve strayed off the path a bit, the good news is that it’s never too late to rewrite the plan and get back on track.
SES Newsletter | March 2021
The good news is that our COVID-19 daily cases seem to be dropping somewhat. Although that certainly doesn’t mean that we should lower our social distancing defences and good hand hygiene habits, it’s a positive sign nonetheless.
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