Travel insurance: Norwegians who want to go on holiday are taking on financial risks

Fly at Oslo AirportGardermoen. Fly at Oslo Airport.Photo: Håkon Mosvold Larsen / NTB
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European Travel Insurance is experiencing an increasing influx of customers who are planning next year’s holiday.

“We have our fingers crossed for the optimal effect of the coronavirus vaccine so that the situation around us normalizes as soon as possible.

“Nevertheless, we must realize that the summer of 2021 will hardly be as normal as we would like it to be,” Andreas Bibow Handeland in European Travel Insurance, a part of If, notes.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs’ travel advice forms the basis for the travel map.

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The “yellow” and “red” labels show where travel insurance is valid and where it is not.

“If you allow yourself to be tempted and buy a trip to a country or area that is ‘red,’ you risk being left with the bill for a trip you never get to take.

“If the country is still ‘red’ on departure, you will not receive valid insurance for that trip or reimbursed cancellation costs,” Handeland noted.

© NTB Scanpix / #Norway Today

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