a letter from the Health Insurance informs him of his death

For a surprise, it’s a surprise. A resident of Fressines, near Niort, learned of her death in a letter from the Primary Health Insurance Fund (CPAM) of Deux-Sèvres, received on Monday February 14.

At 82, she chose to laugh about it: “Look at me, I’m still very much alive! “, she launches to West France. “I’m not going to bawl. It’s nonsense. I guess they didn’t do it on purpose… But it’s still a bit strong”, she adds.

The subject of the letter: “Loss of a loved one”

The letter was opened by his daughter who had come to visit him. “We had just had lunch with my husband when she said to me: mom, sit downi​”, says the octogenarian. “I sat there, I didn’t know what to say. “And for good reason, the mail could not be clearer, with the subject: “Loss of a loved one”.

If the whole family admits having smiled at the situation at the start, the sequel promises to be less funny, since it is now necessary to prove that Cosette, her nickname, is alive. The time for administrative procedures has therefore come. In November, another elderly person had also learned of his own death in a letter from Social Security, this time in the Loire.

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