What does travel insurance cover?

A typical travel insurance policy provides coverage for travel-related risk like trip cancellation, baggage loss etc. The plans listed on VisitorsCoverage are travel medical insurance plans which can provide coverage for any new, unexpected sicknesses or illnesses that may occur during the trip. For more information see our blog post on Trip Insurance vs. Travel Medical Insurance.

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