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The Need for Travel Insurance in a Pandemic is Changing the Landscape of Travel`

Sep 1, 2021

Seven Corners News

In Thailand, which is currently in the top five destinations booked by customers of travel insurance company Seven Corners, visitors need to be insured for Covid treatment.

The evolving Covid-19 pandemic is reshaping where Americans spend their travel expenses and how to protect their investments. This is based on the latest findings from travel insurance companies and industry experts who track them.

Airfare comparison site NextVacay said it analyzed a Google search for travel insurance over the last 12 months and found a 233% surge in users asking if coverage was worth the cost.

Naveen Dittakavi, founder and CEO of NextVacay, based in Alpharetta, Georgia, said in a statement, “Uncertainty over changes in travel restrictions in each country has allowed travelers to look for more travel insurance options than ever before. I am. ” “That’s natural [Google] Searches for “travel insurance is worth it” increased by 233%, “[is] Travel insurance worth canceling for some reason has increased by 200%. ”

Not surprisingly, domestic travel remains the number one customer of travel insurance company Seven Corners, with 90% more travel in the United States this year compared to 2019. However, Carmel, Indiana-based companies are becoming more interested in traveling abroad in 2022. Priority shift of foreign destinations.

Seven Corners said in an international report eight times more than its domestic plan for next year’s trip, the Turks and Caicos Islands are the largest overseas destinations among its clients, followed by Costa Rica, Mexico, Thailand and Israel. I am. According to Seven Corners, Mexico has always been popular with US travelers, but the Turks and Caicos Islands have never been ranked among the top 100 destinations.

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