Friday, February 28, 2020

What Happens When Your Travel Insurance Stops?

Say you are on a trip out of the country. You might even be on a cruise ship. You could be on the Diamond Princess. And the doctor thinks you might be infected with coronavirus.

No problem. You have a GeoBlue international travel medical insurance plan.

But the plan you chose only lasts 10 days. 

You find out you will have to be quarantined for at least 14 days.

Your coverage runs out while you are out of the country AND still sick.

No worries.

You can EXTEND your existing policy IF you contact GeoBlue BEFORE your current plan expires.

Special circumstances


Members may request a coverage extension while overseas for single-trip plans only. This is only permitted if the member
purchased a plan prior to departure and would like to extend the current plan or would like to enroll in a subsequent plan.

The latter is permitted if the member enrolls before their initial coverage expires. If the member enrolls in a subsequent plan,
a new deductible, medical limit and pre-existing condition exclusion will apply.

Does YOUR travel medical plan offer this feature?

Better find out now, BEFORE you need it.
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