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If you’re planning travel, you’ll probably want to look into a travel insurance policy that covers coronavirus-related illness and cancellations. In the past, many insurers excluded COVID-related claims due to the virus’s status as a foreseen event/pandemic. But due to demand, some insurers are changing their policies regarding this. Here are some things to consider when purchasing a policy.
Determine What’s Covered
Discover What is Not Covered
When purchasing a policy, read it carefully. Because a lot of important information can be lurking in that little type.
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