Frequently Asked Questions FAQS about COVID Travel Insurance Coverage
Click the questions below to reveal the answers to the FAQs about COVID Travel Insurance.
A: That question is difficult to answer because insurance companies price their rates based on your age, the destination, and any pre-existing medical conditions you might have. It is hard to say, but if you request a quote, we can provide you with multiple options and let you know the price and benefits for each.
A: We have plans that offer coverage for all emergency medical situations and some that only cover COVID, depending on what you need.
A: Most policies will have a rider attached that explicitly mentions COVID coverage. Some plans do not mention COVID coverage, but they will not include an exclusion related to travel advisories in their policy wording.
A: It depends on the insurance company. You can ask your broker when you are shopping for travel insurance. If you already have insurance, you can check your policy wording document for details.
A: COVID plans that cover long-term stays for seniors have been available since September 2020.
A: Yes, it took insurance companies a while to develop these policies, but they have been available since July 2020.
A: It all depends on how your policy is worded.
A: For the most part, COVID is covered by your Government Health Insurance Plan, but there are charges you could incur, such as if you become too sick to drive your car home, the insurance company would have it shipped back to your home.
A: No. All companies in Canada consider COVID a known risk, and therefore it is not covered.
A: Yes, we have multi-trip annual plans that offer COVID coverage.