Article by Reggie Barlow
Our wedding and honeymoon was cancelled due to the Covid-19 Pandemic affecting the world. Is it too late to take my wife on a honeymoon 3 years later? Signed JB
JB, I hope you had travel Insurance at the time of your cancellation to perhaps help cushion the financial hardship so many experienced during that time. It's never too late for a romantic getaway!
According to one of our travel partners Allianz Travel, “The new Epidemic Coverage Endorsement adds covered reasons to select benefits for certain losses related to COVID-19 and any future epidemic. Benefits vary by plan and are not available in all jurisdictions.
For plans that now include the new Epidemic Coverage Endorsement, your plan may now include epidemic-related covered reasons under some or all of the following benefits:
Trip Cancellation, if for example, you must cancel your trip after being diagnosed with COVID-19 or during your trip you are specifically named and individually ordered to quarantine (not including generally or broadly applicable quarantines,) or for further details contact your travel agent, Reggie.
Travel Delay, if for example you are denied boarding based on a suspicion that you are ill with an epidemic disease such as COVID-19.
Emergency Medical Care, if for example you are diagnosed with Covid-19 and need to be hospitalized while traveling.
Emergency Transportation, if for example you’re diagnosed with an epidemic disease such as COVID-19 while you’re traveling and you require an emergency medical evacuation.”
Imagine in 2020, there were many marriage ceremonies where the bride and groom decided to accelerate the date without the support of all their family and friends or cancelled the wedding all together hoping to get fully refunded and the delayed honeymoon looms.
Group travel had all but stalled for the past couple of years, for good reasons of course, and the delayed in-person writer’s guild societies, author’s workshops and book-signings, conventions, family reunions, adventures to U.S. State Parks, river cruises and other travel plans are slowly rolling out in 2023.
In 2024, to capture the unforgettable and most unique moments in our lives, we must leave our home and desktop behind in this Post-Pandemic world and begin to travel
Dear Reggie Blog 1 Resubmitted 12-29-23
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The time is now to book a romantic honeymoon dripping in chocolate and roses anywhere in the world or for those who have the available time, how about a 15-day river cruise winding down the U.S. Mighty Mississippi or the Romantic Rhine, Vineyards, and Castles in Europe? We will feature a destination for the honeymooners, cruisers, travel novice and enthusiast.
Sincerely Your Travel Agent,
“Laissez le bon temps rouler”
“Let the good times roll!”
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Article reference: https://www.allianztravelinsurance.com/travel/insurance-101/the-epidemic-coverage-endorsement explained.htm