Insurance companies have been scrambling to protect themselves from a coronivirus scare.
The Government has called on insurers to sell off their remaining stock and buy back all of the more than 60,000 Australians who have been affected by the virus.
And they are taking action.
Insurance company AGL has announced it will sell off its remaining stock, and it will buy back half of the customers who have had their health insurance cancelled.
The company said in a statement on Thursday that it will be selling $200 million worth of insurance to keep up with demand.
And insurers have said they are stepping up their efforts to help customers stay healthy.ABC News’ Dan Kelly reports from Perth.