We know how important it is to our customers to have the right cover for your trip, especially in relation to pre-existing medical conditions. Here at Insurancewith we pride ourselves on being more than just insurance, but we also know that, as a customer, you will want to know what you are covered for especially in these uncertain times.
We are delighted to announce that as of 13th August 2020, our Sapphire and Platinum policies for both single and multi-trip will now include enhanced cover relating to coronavirus.
The FCO has recently released their list of countries which us Brits are now allowed to travel to without exemption. They have also provided a list of countries which we will not require any isolation upon return to England, as of 10th July. This is made possible by the travel corridor exemptions agreed between countries -you can find the full list here.
As the advice is ever-changing, we recommend keeping up to date with the latest developments, and check the advice on your chosen destination before you book your trip.
It is important to note that our travel insurance policies will only be valid if the FCO has marked your destination country as safe to travel. Other changes to travel will involve holidaymakers providing their journey and contact details 48 hours before arriving back to the UK.
Before booking your holiday and travel insurance it is recommended that you check the latest FCO advice to ensure that your destination is safe to travel.
As the situation is ever-changing, our top tips include:
Yes, you will be covered with any of our products for any emergency and necessary emergency medical treatment, including repatriation, as a result of Coronavirus.
Your policy also covers you and any named on your policy for all other emergency and necessary medical treatment abroad as per the terms and conditions of the policy.
From 14th March 2020, all Insurancewith’s products exclude cover for cancellation claims due to COVID-19.
From August 13th 2020, our Sapphire and Platinum policies for single and multi trips will provide cover for cancellation if you or anyone named on your policy test positive for COVID-19.
If you are unable to travel and you haven’t made a claim or travelled on the policy, you could be entitled to a partial or pro-rata refund if you were to cancel it. For more information about this please click here.
Alternatively, you could move your travel dates if you are simply postponing your holiday by clicking here.
If your airline or tour operator has cancelled on you, it is their responsibility to either change your dates or offer you a full refund.
Which? has provided some great insight into different companies and how to seek your refunds, which you can find here.
As of 13th August 2020, Insurancewith Sapphire and Platinum policies for single or multi trips will provide cover if your airline goes into administration as a result of the pandemic.
Yes, no problem! If you have a Single Trip policy, we have an online form you can fill out and we’ll get that sorted for you online.
There may be an increased cost to your policy if you are extending the duration, changing the geographical destination or moving your dates more than 12 months from the original date of purchase.
To fill in the form, please click here.