Do I need to have had both my Covid jabs to be covered?
As long as you’ve had the vaccines you’ve been offered for Covid-19, you should be covered. If you haven’t been offered both doses yet or you’re medically exempt then you can also be covered.
If you’ve refused any doses of the vaccine or haven’t been able to have a dose you’ve been offered, you won’t be covered.
Has Halifax Bank stopped selling travel insurance?
You may have heard that Halifax Bank no longer offer stand-alone travel insurance. We know this may be disappointing if you were a Halifax travel insurance customer. But help is at hand to straighten things out.
Are you looking for an alternative to Halifax Bank travel insurance? You’ve come to the right place.
With our travel insurance, you can go away knowing you’re supported by specialists in covering pre-existing health conditions. If something unexpected crops up on your travels, we’ll be right at hand to help you should you need it.
Whether you’re off on a European city break or hitting the alps on a winter sports holiday, you can make sure your travel insurance meets your health and travel needs.
Do I need to declare my health conditions on my travel insurance?
When you buy your travel insurance, it’s essential that you tell us about any pre-existing health conditions you have.
Disaster can strike on holiday at any time, and emergency healthcare abroad can be very expensive.
With our support, you can go away knowing that you’ll be protected should the unexpected crop up on your travels.
With unlimited emergency medical cover with our Deluxe policies, you can unwind on your getaway. When we say your health conditions are covered by your travel insurance, they’re covered.
If you forget to let us know about a health condition you have, this may affect the validity of your policy and the chance of your claim being accepted.