Information about cover offered by Go Walkabout travel insurance policies in relation to Coronavirus (Covid-19)

Coronavirus (COVID-19) is currently making unwanted headlines across the world, due to the unwelcome spread of this new and contagious infection, which started in the city of Wuhan, China, and has rapidly spread from there. There is now some FCO (Foreign and Commonwealth Office) advice against all or all-but-essential travel to certain countries, or areas within countries, due to the widespread nature of the epidemic in these places, and none of our policies would be valid if you travelled to one of these, or failed to move to another area, once the FCO classification had changed.

You can check up-to-date FCO advice for all countries here:

Understandably, it may be a worrying or confusing time, if you have booked a trip away from the UK, and you’re not sure what cover you have in place under your Go Walkabout policy. We’ve rounded up some common questions, which will hopefully answer the concerns that you have, but please feel free to get in contact with us by email or phone, if you still have unanswered questions, or want further clarification on your individual situation.

Our compilation of FAQ’s answers many common questions about what cover is offered under our policies, you can take a look at them here on our website: Click here.

Where can I get more information about travel and the Coronavirus?

FCO advice for different countries – click here.

Novel Coronavirus (Covid 19): General Advice for Travellers – click here.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) latest information and advice from the UK government – click here.

Advice for Travellers – Coronavirus (COVID-19) from the NHS – click here.

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