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I lost my job working in DK as an expat. They gave me a 3-month notice while I still get paid. When those 3 months end, do I still have health insurance?

I've been working for a bit over 2 years, I got the yellow insurance card.

  • In Germany (hence comment, not answer), the Bundesagentur für Arbeit pays your health insurance while you are unemployed. – Martin Bonner supports Monica Apr 24 '18 at 10:17
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As long as you are a legal resident you will have health insurance.

https://www.borger.dk/sundhed-og-sygdom/Sygesikring-og-laegevalg/Sygesikring-for-udlaendinge-i-Danmark

Enhver person, der har bopæl i Danmark (dvs. er tilmeldt folkeregistret), har ret til alle offentlige sundhedsydelser.

My translation: "Every person who has residence in Denmark (that is, is registered in the central person register) has right to all public health services."

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