On February 11, the UK eased its restrictions for fully vaccinated arrivals entering the country. For British families desperate for a holiday, according to the Department for Transport, this rule relaxation could save them up to £100. However, as Covid has proven over the last two years, sudden changes are always a possibility.
Many travel insurance providers now all offer some form of coronavirus protection, though it is important to check the small print of your policy before booking.
This means passengers should be covered for cancellation or curtailment if they are diagnosed with COVID-19 either before their journey or while on holiday.
COVID-19 medical care is also likely to be covered.
Travel insurance providers should still include cover for COVID-19 even if you have pre-existing medical conditions, but you must declare this when you purchase.
According to a 2019 survey by MoneySuperMarket, 21 percent of consumers wait until the day before they jet off to purchase travel insurance.
Despite this, insurance should actually be purchased as soon as you book your policy in case…