Insurers enhance outbound travel protection plans with Covid-19 coverage

Firms have begun preparing for the eventual resumption of travel and have enhanced their outbound travel insurance offerings. ST PHOTO: GIN TAY
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SINGAPORE - Insurers have been re-thinking their policies in light of the pandemic with more firms gearing up for a post Covid-19 world.

Most insurers stopped offering insurance benefits last year for trip cancellations or delays due to the pandemic unless the policy had been bought before a certain date- as early as mid-January for some companies.

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