After the coronavirus outbreak, travel insurance isn’t optional. Hundreds of thousands of travelers lost deposits, nonrefundable tickets and activities in the pandemic. Travel insurance is more or less mandatory now. But to find the right policy, you’ll need a few expert tips for buying travel insurance after the pandemic.
“There are various coverages that could be vital for travelers,” says Damian Tysdal, founder of Travel Insurance Review.
Almost half of Americans who canceled their travel plans after the pandemic lost money, according to a new survey by ValuePenguin. The main offenders? Airlines and hotels. The average loss: $854 per person.
“Expert tips for buying travel insurance after the pandemic”