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Old 27 Oct 20, 11:54 PM  
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Think it differs from insurance companies. This Is a quote from compare the market.

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He said: ďIf a person living within a Tier 3 zone is advised by the Government against leaving the area because of lockdown restrictions, it would almost certainly void their travel insurance if they chose to defy government advice.

ďThe insurance would likely be void even if the FCO isnít advising against travel to your intended destination, as Government lockdown restrictions would take precedent.
Thanks for that and I can see that being the case if travel restrictions were in place but as far as I know and Iím happy to be corrected there are no such restrictions in any level 3 area?
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Old 27 Oct 20, 11:59 PM  
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Thanks for that and I can see that being the case if travel restrictions were in place but as far as I know and Iím happy to be corrected there are no such restrictions in any level 3 area?
The keyword is advised. Doesnít mean you canít do it but advised not to.

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People are advised against leaving the Tier 3 area other than for things like work or education.

Residents are also advised against staying overnight in any other part of the UK if they live in a Tier 3 area.
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Old 28 Oct 20, 08:58 AM  
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Advisories only, my annual policy says nothing about this.
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Old 28 Oct 20, 10:00 AM  
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Advisories only, my annual policy says nothing about this.
Itís also worth pointing out that many annual insurance wonít cover for Covid claims no matter where you live. I have annual insurance via a paid for bank account and that would have covered the Florida holiday I was supposed to be on right now as I booked it in January. It wouldnít cover Covid for any replacement holiday booked after March though. I looked at getting single trip insurance that did cover for Covid instead.
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Old 28 Oct 20, 12:49 PM  
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Itís also worth pointing out that many annual insurance wonít cover for Covid claims no matter where you live. I have annual insurance via a paid for bank account and that would have covered the Florida holiday I was supposed to be on right now as I booked it in January. It wouldnít cover Covid for any replacement holiday booked after March though. I looked at getting single trip insurance that did cover for Covid instead.
Our annual travel policy does and it was recently updated to give even more covid cover. So there are good value ones to he had.
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Looks like tests are going to be required, canít say I blame them really.

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Why?
I canít see anything in my policy that would make it void.
I contacted my annual insurance company Axa and spoke to one of there advisors who explained to me that in there opinion what the govt advises tops everything and because they advised not to travel out of tier 3 then my insurance would be void.
Good news for me we travel Sunday and go in tier 3 Monday
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Unfortunately, definitely going ahead now.
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Unfortunately, definitely going ahead now.
Not sure its unfortunate as it will protect the canaries so they can stay open and healthy.
Yes it will impact on some people but think of it as a local tax to be paid.
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