Coronavirus and Trip Insurance

LAST UPDATED 07/19/2023

For Customers Who Currently Have Travel Insurance Underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company

We have compiled a list of frequently asked questions to help you understand the coverage provided by our Seven Corners Trip Protection, RoundTrip, and Seven Corners Trip Protection USA (formerly Get Away USA)* plans. In addition to reviewing this information, we recommend you read your plan document and contact us with any additional questions.

Frequently Asked Questions

 Review our FAQs to understand coverage for COVID-19 related claims Important Information from United States Fire Insurance Company


On May 11, 2023 at 11:59 PM, the COVID-19 nationwide public health emergency came to an end, with certain mandates issued jointly by the Department of Labor and the Department of the Treasury (IRS) ending on July 10, 2023. While this does not mean that COVID-19 (the Coronavirus) will cease disrupting travel at that time, it does signify that the world is returning to a sense of normalcy after more than three years of uncertainty. Any Travel Protection Plans containing travel insurance underwritten by United States Fire Insurance Company that are purchased on or after July 11, 2023 will be governed solely by the terms of the plan. .

Our FAQs detail how plans containing our travel insurance may be able to help those impacted by COVID-19. Please keep in mind, however, that all plans are different, so it is imperative for you to read your plan document and contact Seven Corners if you have any questions related to your specific coverage.

*References above to international travel do not apply to Seven Corners Trip Protection USA as it provides protection for trips within the USA only. Additionally, Seven Corners Trip Protection USA provides a base plan with trip cancellation and interruption. Review your Summary of Benefits to determine any additional benefits referenced above that you purchased.