(1) An individual application need not be required from a person covered under a
blanket health policy or contract, nor shall it be necessary for the insurer to furnish
each person a certificate, if such person does not pay all or part of the premium
for such insurance.
(2) A person covered under a blanket health insurance policy or contract who pays
any part of the premium or is required to submit an application as to such insurance
shall be furnished a certificate by the insurer reasonably setting forth a summary
of such person's coverage and restrictions thereon.
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