(Advice as at 17 June 2021; update to advice of 4 March 2020)
The Foreign, Commonwealth & Development Office (FCDO) continues to advise against all travel and all but essential travel to many countries worldwide in response to COVID-19.
Whether or not your policy can cover you for events relating to COVID-19 will depend on:
While a destination has warning against all travel or all but essential travel in place for an event, our travel insurance won't cover you for loss that arises from that event if you travel to, plan to travel to, or choose to remain in in that destination.
This includes claims relating to COVID-19 for travel in a country or region where there is a warning against all travel or all but essential travel in place for an event in place due to COVID-19, regardless of the date your policy is purchased.
Check your policy wording as exclusions may apply, including but not limited to exclusions for contagious disease, epidemics, or pandemics.
Cover is not available for any event relating to COVID-19 for travel to and/or from China.
For other destinations, check your policy wording as exclusions may apply, including but not limited to exclusions for contagious disease, epidemics, or pandemics.
Cover is not available for any event relating to COVID-19 for all destinations.
Following the release of a new World Nomads product, coverage may be available for events relating to Coronavirus. Refer to the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of your policy wording for further information.
You can find previous travel alerts here.
Note: Cover offered by World Nomads varies, and policies purchased may contain exclusions relating to a contagious disease, epidemic or pandemic, to a government prohibition or regulation, or to government advice against travel to a destination. Please read your policy wording for the full policy terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions.
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