The Traveler can purchase an optional rider at the time of application. The optional riders provide additional coverage for a minimal charge.
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Elite Network Insurance Covid19 travel insurance by INF for coronavirus will cover eligible medical expenses resulting from COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2.
INF Covid19 travel insurance by Elite Network travel insurance for coronavirus coverage will cover eligible medical expenses resulting from COVID-19/SARS-CoV-2. Eligible medical expenses are medically necessary expenses that are not subject to another plan exclusion.
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INF Elite visitor medical insurance will cover on a per incident (sickness) basis up to the policy maximum. And the deductible is applied per sickness as well. There's no "lifetime maximum" for the plan - theoretically you could go to the hospital 10 times and get $1.5 million in claims.
INF insurance will not cover visitors to US if they are already sick, if a traveller is already in the hospital, expecting to use the insurance, if travelers have scheduled medical procedures, or if travelers are seeking on-going treatment. If a visitor proceeds to do any of the preceding, it may result in the cancellation of coverage, full refund of the amount paid, and all claims denied.
INF has a 5 day waiting period for new sickness / pre-existing coverage if the traveler has already arrived in the United States.
There is no change in the coverage.
If they are currently enrolled, the policy will not be voided. If they are enrolling after the arrival date (most common situation now) they may go through special underwriting.
INF plans cover COVID-19 like a new sickness, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. This is not a guarantee of benefits, however, as each claim is evaluated individually.
Currently, we will continue to support our customers and allow new enrollments in INF Standard and INF Traveler USA and others case by case.
Yes, they can enroll in the INF policies.
As of now, the pre-existing coverage will remain intact. For new enrollments, they may undergo special underwriting.
Yes, the plan will cover eligible sickness and accidents.
If they are a Non-US Citizen or Non-US Resident, yes they will be able to
INF plans cover COVID-19 like a new sickness, subject to the terms and conditions of the policy. This is not a guarantee of benefits, however, as each claim is evaluated individually. Additionally, we do not cover anyone who is already sick or showing symptoms, or plans to see a physician in the immediate future. As you know, the situation is developing day by day and is constantly changing. If the Travellers are interested in enrolling, we advise them to enroll right away.
INF travel insurance that covers coronavirus will treat it as a new sickness, even if you are infected on the airplane.
We cannot prove that you were infected with COVID-19 by simply being in contact with someone who had / has it. This has no effect on the coronavirus travel insurance. We will cover COVID-19 like any other new sickness.
Being tested is a service, if we determine a related service was done 12 months prior to the effective date, the condition would be considered Pre-Existing
We would still cover coronavirus like a new sickness. There is no incubation period exclusion clause in our policy. COVID-19 is covered just as if you catch the flu. Both testing & treatment are covered.
Yes, INF will cover COVID-19 like any other sickness. We do not have a pandemic or travel advisory exclusion clause in our policy.
No, INF will not pay out any benefits if you are already showing symptoms of COVID-19 before you enroll in the policy.
Antibody test prescriptions can be obtained via INF's telemedicine program for $0 (free). COVID-19 tests and prescriptions are covered. In both cases, you must be showing symptoms and tests should be prescribed by a physician (medically necessary) to be covered.