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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 FCO 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 FCO advising against all travel or all but essential travel to your destination or your flights being cancelled).
Any policy sold by CoverForYou will (where normally included in your chosen cover level) continue to benefit from all other cover including but not limited to Emergency Medical Costs, Scheduled Airline and End Supplier Failure, Baggage including Gadget and Passports, Personal Accident and Liability.
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 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.
Removal of information about Aeroflot flight which departed on 4 July ('Return to the UK' page)
Update to information on coronavirus (COVID-19) entry requirements ('Entry requirements' page)
Updated to information on quarantine requirements ('Entry requirements ' page)
Update of information about heavy rains, flooding and landslides ('Summary' section)
Updated information on future travel options to the UK ('Return to the UK' page)
Revised information on travel within Thailand and local restrictions ('Coronavirus' and 'Entry requirements' pages)
Update to maps to reflect that as of 4 July Turkey is exempt from FCO advice against non-essential international travel
Additional information on the introduction of further restrictive Coronavirus (COVID-19) measures ('Coronavirus' page)
A restriction in the number of people allowed in public gatherings; re-starting of international train services; additional quarantine requirements (Coronavirus and Entry requirements)
Updated information changes to the 'quarantine regime' ('Summary', 'Coronavirus', 'Return to the UK', 'Entry Requirements' and 'Health' pages)
Antigua and Barbuda
From 4 July, Antigua and Barbuda is exempt from the FCO advice against all non-essential international travel. This is based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks. ('Coronavirus' and 'Entry Requirements' pages)
Updated information on entry to Malta. ('Summary' and 'Entry Requirements' pages)
Updated information on coronavirus measures, polticial situation, crime and entry restrictions. ('Summary', 'Staying during coronavirus', 'Safety and Security' and 'Entry Requirements' pages)
Update to information on coronavirus (COVID-19) measures including protective protocols, testing and screening entry requirements and local outbreak information ('Summary', Coronavirus' and 'Entry requirements' pages.
Addition of information on extension of Phase 3 of the Smart Quarantine until 19 July. ('Staying during coronavirus' page)
Updated information on the land border with Greece. ('Entry requirements' pages)
Update to information on easing of some coronavirus (COVID-19) entry requirements ('Entry requirements' page) and editorial update on terrorism ('Summary' and 'Terrorism' pages)
Update to information on local security (‘Summary’ page)
Addition of information on the extension of a Public Health Emergency until 14 July ('Staying during coronavirus' page)
From 4 July, Taiwan is exempt from the FCO advice against all non-essential international travel. This is based on the current assessment of COVID-19 risks.