As of March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization officially declared the coronavirus (known as COVID-19) a pandemic, which is defined as the worldwide spread of a new disease. The first community presumptive transmission of the coronavirus has also been identified in Northeast Nebraska, in addition to other areas of the state.
As such, federal and state health officials have provided recommendations to businesses aimed at preventing or reducing spread of disease, while avoiding unnecessary interference with operations. To help limit the risk of possible in-person transmissions of the virus, American Allied has implemented the following recommendations:
You may start the quoting process online by visiting www.americanallied.com/quote or by calling our office at (402) 371-1177. We can collect your information and answer any questions you may have over the phone. Any required signatures can be obtained by electronic signature sent via email.
Policy changes or questions can be made at any time online or by phone, email, text, chat, or fax. As a reminder, no coverage or changes will be bound until confirmed by an agent. If you are unable to get a hold of an agent, you may contact the carrier service center directly.
Payments can be made at any time through automatic drafts, online, or by phone. If you are currently paying in-person with cash, we recommend you convert your cash to a certified bank check or prepaid credit card. Prepaid credit cards are available at most shopping centers including Walmart, Target, Walgreens, CVS, Hy-Vee East, and Hy-Vee West.
March 10, 2020 -- As testing for COVID-19 expands, cases are being picked up across the U.S., confirming what disease experts have predicted: that the virus has been here for some time and is making people sick.
That can make the occasional cough or sneeze suspicious. Is this COVID-19? How would you know if you have it?
The most detailed breakdown of symptoms of the disease comes from a recent World Health Organization analysis of more than 55,000 confirmed cases in China. Here are the most common symptoms and the percentage of people who had them:
At American Allied, the health and safety of our clients is our top priority. Therefore, we will continue to monitor public health concerns and keep you informed with necessary information. In the event of a mandatory quarantine and our office is closed, the above recommendations will be enforced. Agents will be available and continue to assist you remotely. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this matter, please contact us at (402) 371-1177 or via email at [email protected].