Why Coronavirus could STOP you getting travel insurance
LV has stopped selling all travel insurance because of the illness.
Coronavirus is disrupting virtually every industry worldwide - not least travel and tourism. Flights, holidays and train journeys are all being cancelled - but now your travel insurance could be up the spout as well!
Insurance giant LV has announced they have stopped selling travel insurance with immediate effect due to the impact of Coronavirus.
The provider insist that this halt is temporary, but have not clarified how long is could continue for.
If you’re an existing LV customer, don’t panic - your policy is in no way influenced. There is no extra charge, and your cover is still valid in exactly the same way. But if you were planning to purchase LV cover in the near future, you’re out of luck.
Other major insurers are also altering the cover they’re willing to provide. Aviva are no longer offering ‘travel disruption’ or ‘airspace closure’ cover to new customers, while
The AA is no longer quoting for single-trip policies covering Italy, France or Spain.
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