Travel is beginning to recover after two years of uncertainty, and many are ready to get back on a plane. After spending so much time in one place, many formerly closed destinations are reopening to tourists, and families and couples are planning their ideal vacations. People are ready to “go big” in 2022, according to studies, after losing two years to the pandemic.

Even while many are determined to make this year their best year for travel, there may be some lingering apprehension about returning on the road. After all that has transpired in the globe, how can we feel safe traveling?

  1. Get COVID coverage on your travel insurance.

Without travel insurance, we never leave the house. It covers everything from flight delays and cancellations to medical crises, stolen laptops, and misplaced bags.

We have a lot of advise about picking the correct insurance, but our recommendation for 2022 is to call your insurance carrier and confirm that they cover COVID. Our usual insurance provider did not cover us for COVID-19, therefore we had to switch companies in 2021. More companies are beginning to cover COVID emergencies, but it’s always a good idea to contact ahead before flying. Some locations may additionally need documentation of COVID-related illness and delayed coverage. If your policy’s Terms and Conditions do not clearly specify that COVID is covered, most companies will send you an additional letter clarifying that COVID is covered.

Some locations may additionally need documentation of COVID-related illness and delayed coverage. If your policy’s Terms and Conditions do not clearly specify that COVID is covered, most companies will send you an additional letter clarifying that COVID is covered.

  1. Purchase additional medical evacuation coverage for your trip.

While our travel medical insurance includes medical evacuation coverage, the epidemic has demonstrated that travel insurance isn’t always sufficient. Many factors can obstruct effective care in the event of an emergency, including policy terms such as “suitable facility” and “medical necessity,” which can leave you “trapped” in a foreign hospital. This isn’t ideal. As a result, we offer a Medjet Medical Transport Membership. Medjet will transport us to a hospital of our choice in our home city if we are hospitalized for any reason (including COVID).

  1. Coverage For Travel Security And Crisis Response

It’s no secret that the world is a chaotic place. In fact, three out of four passengers express concern about their safety and security. Even the most stable countries are susceptible to civil disturbance in these turbulent times, yet we cannot live in a bubble. That isn’t to say we won’t be cautious.