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Old 26 Sep 20, 10:31 PM  
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Even if the foreign office advises against all but essential travel (thus invalidating your insurance)? Or do you have insurance that would still cover you?
EHIC is still valid and my insurance covers me
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Old 27 Sep 20, 08:02 AM  
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Love to know who you ae insured with to get that level of cover?
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Old 27 Sep 20, 05:51 PM  
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There are plenty of companies providing insurance for the cover I need
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Was watching the news this morning. On the ticker at the bottom it said that yesterday France had broken the record for the highest daily infection rate increase 16,000 !

I'd steer well clear of France in general, let alone Disney for a good while.
Its a nonsense given France would have been like us and 100,000+ at its peak its just no one was being tested.
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lizzie145. Would you mind telling me which insurance company you use that validates your insurance if the FCO advise against all essential travel.
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Where do you find out cases? Iím going to keep an eye and hope cases come down and we can go in December, or £1600 lost!
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I donít know if this is true but Iíve heard that the vast majority of cases are in the south of the country. Therefore the UK should be taking a more regional approach to France rather than a blanket one. Iím holding out for that, but it remains slim.

My holiday in October is the most expensive one Iíve ever booked for DLP. My head is just saying cancel because it will be a severely limited experience and poor VFM in comparison to previous trips.
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I donít know if this is true but Iíve heard that the vast majority of cases are in the south of the country. Therefore the UK should be taking a more regional approach to France rather than a blanket one. Iím holding out for that, but it remains slim.

My holiday in October is the most expensive one Iíve ever booked for DLP. My head is just saying cancel because it will be a severely limited experience and poor VFM in comparison to previous trips.
I hope so. I do hope it gets changed, I really donít see the point of quarantine on return when our numbers are also so high!
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Originally Posted by kenville View Post
I donít know if this is true but Iíve heard that the vast majority of cases are in the south of the country. Therefore the UK should be taking a more regional approach to France rather than a blanket one. Iím holding out for that, but it remains slim.

My holiday in October is the most expensive one Iíve ever booked for DLP. My head is just saying cancel because it will be a severely limited experience and poor VFM in comparison to previous trips.
We are the opposite, we have annual passes so booked 4 nights in November at Cheyenne for £400 which then got moved to Newport Bay at no extra cost. Reluctant to give up a bargain but frankly it is not going to happen. Our flights have been cancelled already.
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