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What is travel insurance?

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  • A , Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease), answered

    Travel insurance offers you financial protection against cancellation, injury, unforeseen emergencies, and medical or dental needs associated with national and global travel. For example, travel insurance can cover missed flights, travel cancellation, missed cruise connections, missed side excursions on cruise ships, and trip interruptions. In addition, travel insurance may cover airline flights to return you to the U.S. if you have a medical emergency or if a family member has an emergency.

    If you are traveling abroad, you can get Visitors Travel Medical Insurance for the duration of your trip. These types of plans provide insurance coverage for accident and health expenses during travel and stays abroad. Visitors Travel Insurance plans can be purchased for periods of 5 days to 3 years and provide different medical coverage with varying deductibles. The costs vary depending on the type of health insurance plan.

    Traveling Abroad: What to know before you go:

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  • Travel insurance typically offers financial protection against cancellation, injury, emergencies, and medical or dental needs. If you are planning that trip of a lifetime, travel insurance may help in case your trip is interrupted. Travel insurance can cover missed flights, travel cancellation, missed cruise connections, and missed side excursions on cruise ships. Travel insurance may cover airline flights back to the US if you have a medical emergency abroad, or if a family member has an emergency. Some travel insurance offers medical and dental coverage. Travel insurance can give you luggage protection, reimbursing you if your suitcase or items in it become lost or damaged. Always check your plan documents to see what is covered.
Important: This content reflects information from various individuals and organizations and may offer alternative or opposing points of view. It should not be used for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. As always, you should consult with your healthcare provider about your specific health needs.
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