With multi-trip insurance plans, you can expect that the policies will typically cover:
Medical Coverage: Coverage for any new sickness or injury that occurs after the policy effective date.
Medical Evacuation and Repatriation: Emergency medical evacuation coverage provides financial assistance in case you find yourself in an emergency situation that requires you to be immediately transported or evacuated. Repatriation refers to the Ã¢ÂÂreturn of mortal remainsÃ¢ÂÂ in the event that you or a loved one dies abroad. This coverage provides assistance in order to recover the body to the home country.
Trips of 30-days or 45-days: A policyholder can take as many trips in 30 or 45-day increments within one calendar year and be covered by one single policy.
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