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Old 30 Nov 21, 06:47 PM  
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A lot of things "could" happen as we are seeing with the "news" on this variant currently. You just cant live your life worrying about everything that "might" happen really.
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Old 30 Nov 21, 06:50 PM  
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I think it is possible that 8 day isolation on return (basically Amber) could be brought in but I dont think red list
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Old 2 Dec 21, 08:29 AM  
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They normally give you a few days notice to get back, and in the past airlines have given you different return flights. It’s all a gamble though. I don’t think any insurance will cover you for uk quarantine. You could probably claim for ‘cutting your holiday short’ though, if you have a policy that covers covid.
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Old 2 Dec 21, 08:36 AM  
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I have this concern too however a flight back earlier isn’t going to be an option as we are on a Caribbean cruise 😲. I have 6 days to decide whether to transfer the cruise to another date in 2022 which doesn’t really fit with other holidays. We fly on 6th jan to Miami. Decisions decisions 😕
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Where has all this come from ? People are creating panic now with highly unlikely “what ifs! “
Even in the worst times USA was never red
People need to calm down
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Old 2 Dec 21, 10:33 AM  
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Yeah after reading this thread I’ve jumped on their live chat. They don’t cover hotel quarantine or extra flights to return early !

Edit - I’ve also just had confirmed that if you choose not to return home once restrictions are in place then the policy is invalid. Even things unrelated to COVID 19 which just seems cheeky
All insurances require you to do what you can to keep yourself safe and to minimise any risk to your health and well being, part of this is following government advice. If you choose to change the level of risk then they rightly terminate the contract.
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Old 2 Dec 21, 10:55 AM  
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Pretty much most if not all insurance will not provide you cover if you travel when FCO advise is not to, and they will not provide you cancellation either if FCO change that advise.
You maybe able to return home early, the government normally gives a few days for you to do so, but I think generally you won't be covered for doing that.

It is very unlikely the USA would be put on a red list, they have a decent amount of vaccinations, something very serious would have to happen.

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I really didn’t know this I actually thought it would be covered under holiday insurance. So the dibber that is quarantined now not only is it horrendous you actually pay for it yourself! Then there is loss of wages/school
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