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Any policy sold by CoverForYou includes cover for any medical claim due to Coronavirus* while travelling so long as you are travelling to an area where no FCDO or other regulatory authority advice against travel exists. We include cover for cancellation due to you falling ill with Coronavirus* and being unable to travel or being required to self isolate, subject to medical certification or an official test result. We additionally include cover for curtailment due to the death of a close relative due to Coronavirus*
Any new** policy will not cover any cancellation due to government restriction on travel due to Coronavirus* or any future pandemic (for example the FCDO or other regulatory authority advising against all travel or all but essential travel to your destination or your flights being cancelled).
Your policy will be valid for travel to the countries shown on your certificate of insurance so long as you are travelling to an area where no Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) or other regulatory authority advice against travel exists.
For the full limits of cover for your chosen policy please refer to your schedule of cover. Terms and Conditions apply.
* Coronavirus (COVID-19), severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus (SARS-COV-2) or other Pandemic Illness.
** If your policy was purchased and trip booked prior to the 13th March 2020 this restriction does not apply. Additionally if you have renewed an Annual Multi-Trip policy without a break in cover then this restriction will not apply to any trip originally booked prior to the 13th March 2020.
Update to information on quarantine for travellers arriving in Albania from Greece and North Macedonia ('Entry requirements' page). Removal of 'Return to the UK' page.
Updated information on suspension of international flights and extension of COVID-19 restrictions from 14 to 28 April ('Summary', 'Coronavirus' and 'Safety and security' pages)
Updated information on health infrastructure in India; COVID-19 cases are on the rise ('Coronavirus' page)
Information on the extension of arrival restrictions ('Summary' and 'Entry requirements' pages) and removal of curfew hours that were in effect during Modified Enhanced Community Quarantine period ('Coronavirus' page)
Updated information on entry and testing requirements to Jamaica; the ban for flights arriving in Jamaica from the UK has been extended and a ban for flights arriving in Jamaica from Brazil, Chile, Peru, Colombia, Argentina and Paraguay has been put in place. All travellers from 12 years and upwards arriving in Jamaica must present a negative COVID-19 molecular (PCR, NAA, RNA) or Antigen test ('Entry requirements' page)
Local authorities declared “State of Prevention” for the whole country from 16 to 30 April, 2021. (‘Summary’ and 'Coronavirus' pages)
Updated information on deconfinement measures and entry requirements (‘Summary,’ ‘Coronavirus’ and ‘Entry requirements’ pages)
Updated information on entry requirements for UK travellers. ('Summary' and ‘Entry requirements’ pages)
Updated information on Belgian entry requirements: end of non-essential travel ban for travel to and from EU and Schengen countries (travel is still strongly discouraged). British nationals who are not resident in Belgium or an EU/Schengen country will only be permitted entry for essential reasons. ('Summary' and 'Entry requirements' pages)
Update to information on changes to the tier system of COVID-19 measures and update to information on Peru's vaccination programme ('Coronavirus' page). Update on presidential elections ('Summary' page). Information on entry restrictions moved from the 'Summary' to 'Entry requirements' page.
Information on work permits (‘Entry requirements’ page)
Updated information on curfew measures ('Coronavirus' page)
Updated information on entry to Jordan; passengers who have been in the UK within the previous 14 days, including passengers who have passed through the UK in transit, are now permitted to enter Jordan ('Entry requirements' page)
Update to reflect announcement that most types of long-term visas are now being issued ('Entry requirements’ page)
Information on restrictions in Ecuador; National Emergency Operations Committee has recommendation that these provinces, plus those of Santa Elena, Los Rios and Zamora, should consider restricting vehicle circulation from 8pm to 5am from 16 April to 2 May and there should be a suspend in-person classes in all these provinces due to the increased number of COVID-19 cases reported ('Coronavirus' page)
Information on a major fire that has broken out on Table Mountain, affecting Newlands Forest, the University of Cape Town and the Vredehoek area ('Summary' page). New information on how to get a COVID-19 vaccine if you are over 60 and live in South Africa ('Coronavirus' page)
New information on COVID-19 measures in Montenegro and updated information entry restrictions ('Coronavirus' and 'Entry requirements' pages)
Update to information on flights leaving Mongolia in May ('Return to UK' page).
Information on additional COVID-19 case and three day travel restriction from Efate and its surrounding islands (‘Coronavirus’ page)
Updated information and contact details for British nationals who require consular support in Chad (See 'Summary' page)