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Old 28 Nov 20, 03:16 PM  
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For those booking now what you doing about insurance. Pretty much all exclude Covid related incidents and canít see that changing in time for summer trips.
We have the Staysure policy which covers you for cancellation if you test positive in the 14 days prior to the trip and covers you for covid related medical or isolation costs you may incur whilst abroad. £125 for 15 months for 2 adults (and 25% cashback on Topcashback).
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Old 28 Nov 20, 05:00 PM  
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We are booked for august 2021😊( moved from aug 2020) feeling really positive after the vaccine announcement, and very excited!
We really want to go August 2021 (we cancelled August 2020) but my main concern at the moment is travel insurance cover - have you got out a specific COVID-cover plan?
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Old 28 Nov 20, 05:17 PM  
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We have the Staysure policy which covers you for cancellation if you test positive in the 14 days prior to the trip and covers you for covid related medical or isolation costs you may incur whilst abroad. £125 for 15 months for 2 adults (and 25% cashback on Topcashback).
I also have this policy - £135 for our family of 5 including 4 of us with health conditions - I think it's a bargain
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Old 28 Nov 20, 07:19 PM  
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So is that valid even to destinations that the FCO advise against, like the US at the moment?
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Old 28 Nov 20, 08:27 PM  
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It wonít let me add USA?
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Old 28 Nov 20, 08:35 PM  
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For those booking now what you doing about insurance. Pretty much all exclude Covid related incidents and canít see that changing in time for summer trips.
I've gone for a Coverwise policy. £95 for a family of four for annual multi-trip cover with COVID cover!
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Old 28 Nov 20, 09:10 PM  
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So is that valid even to destinations that the FCO advise against, like the US at the moment?
As long as the advice is not still in place on the date you travel.

It looks like you can also buy an extension that covers you if you travel against fco advice but I wouldn't so didn't look into it

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Old 28 Nov 20, 09:18 PM  
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It wonít let me add USA?
How odd? I've just tried and it's letting me add it both on single trips and annual policies for next year.
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Old 28 Nov 20, 10:17 PM  
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For those booking now what you doing about insurance. Pretty much all exclude Covid related incidents and canít see that changing in time for summer trips.
I've got my insurance from fingers crossed Ltd. They have a terrible reputation for paying out, but the policy is free!

Basically it was late at night, we were in bed browsing on the ipad, not expecting to see anything, we saw cheap flights and got giddy and booked them thinking we "should be ok".

The "should be ok" comes from me having an annual policy through work which I think will cover Covid. (I haven't double checked the email yet). I also saw something about moving flight dates for free if need be when we were booking, (but we didn't double check for small print) and it's on the credit card, so there are a few avenues open for refund. We just couldn't be bothered confirming them at 11pm at night, and didn't want to risk the prices going up. We got giddy at the price and booked. It's also booked direct with the airline which removes an element of risk.
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