Yikes! Sounds like everyone’s worst nightmare right? As more and more Americans become vaccinated, the travel industry is beginning to pick up again and more and more people are starting to vacation and vacation abroad. But what happens if you travel abroad and develop symptoms or test positive?
First, the CDC recommends only traveling abroad once you are fully vaccinated. However, if you must travel internationally and have not been vaccinated as yet, there are travel rules and recommendations from the CDC.
All air passengers coming back to the United States are required to have a negative Covid-19 viral test no more than 3 days before travel or documentation of recovery from Covid-19 in the past 3 months before they board a flight to the U.S. The same applies for those are fully vaccinated as well.
But let’s get back to the matter at hand; what happens if you fall ill (either with the Coronavirus or another illness) and need to see a doctor or hospital? That’s where we come in! Give us a call — we can make sure your health insurance covers you while traveling abroad, specifically identify that coverage and provide expert knowledge. If you don’t have international insurance, we can help you out with that too! We can offer options for International travel, or short-term medical insurance, to make sure you’re covered while abroad. We can tailor your plan to not only fit your needs, but your travel needs, timeframe, and wallet.
There are major benefits to an international insurance plan:
Let us take a huge weight of traveling abroad off your shoulders. Enjoy your vacation safely, under the CDC guidelines, and feel safe knowing E&M Global Insurance has your back, making sure you’re covered in case of emergency.
Give us a call today! Our agents are ready and waiting to help!