Coronavirus and Travel Insurance


Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) in China back in December 2019, the virus has since spread to 80 countries and territories, with reports of over 89,000 confirmed cases. 

On January 30 2020, the World Health Organisation declared the Coronavirus outbreak a public health emergency of  international concern. 

While Australia has been relatively protected from the spread of COVID-19, many travellers have been disrupted due to travel restrictions, while others are reluctant to travel due to the increase risk that the virus poses. 

If you have pre-existing plans to travel or are considering travelling, click here to find out more about COVID-19 and travel insurance implications.  


Coronavirus & Travel Insurance

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