Jeremy Murchland | May 3, 2021
The US is beginning a gradual shift towards a post-pandemic world that will look different than before in many ways. As vaccines are distributed more widely and people begin to feel safer with their surroundings, businesses are continuing to adapt to the new environment, and travel is no exception. To ensure travellers have the necessary resources to navigate the new travel landscape, travel insurers must be keenly aware of changing conditions and respond to them quickly and appropriately. Covid-19 will likely have long-term impacts on the way people travel, where they go, and how often they are willing to leave home.