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Did you know that the U.S. Department of State recommends travel insurance for anyone traveling abroad? It’s true — in fact, they think travel insurance is so important they even say so in every U.S. passport.

The U.S State Department recommends trip protection because most health insurance policies (including Medicare) won’t cover you abroad.

If you have a covered medical emergency outside of the United States, Allianz Travel Insurance* can help you find a pre-screened hospital, pay for your treatment, and get you home safely. It also comes with trip cancellation protection, emergency medical transportation benefits, lost or stolen luggage protection, 24-hour assistance and concierge services, and more.

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Be protected from the unexpected.

For plans that now include the new Epidemic Coverage Endorsement, your plan may now include epidemic-related covered reasons under some or all of the following benefits:

  • Trip Cancellation, if for example you must cancel your trip after being diagnosed with COVID-19.

  • Trip Interruption, if for example during your trip you are specifically named and individually ordered to quarantine (not including generally or broadly applicable quarantines). See below for details.*

  • Travel Delay, if for example you are denied boarding based on a suspicion that you are ill with an epidemic disease such as COVID-19.

  • Emergency Medical Care, if for example you are diagnosed with COVID-19 and need to be hospitalized while traveling.

  • Emergency Transportation, if for example you’re diagnosed with an epidemic disease such as COVID-19 while you’re traveling and you require an emergency medical evacuation.

NOTE:  If you cancel or cut short a trip because you’re afraid of becoming ill with COVID-19, or because a travel advisory has been issued for your destination, that will not be covered by our travel insurance plans.

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