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Looking to buy travel insurance for future trips?

If you’re thinking about buying a travel insurance policy from us, here’s what you need to know.

I’m thinking about buying a travel insurance policy, will I be covered for coronavirus? 

We’ve decided to temporarily withdraw standalone HSBC Travel Insurance to new customers to focus attention on existing customers whose travel plans have been disrupted. We’ll continue to keep a close eye on developments and hope we’ll be able to offer new policies again soon.

However, we are still offering Worldwide Travel Insurance as one of the options available in our multi-cover policy, Select and Cover. So if you and your partner or family were to need at least 2 other types of cover as well as travel insurance – such as mobile phone insurance, gadget insurance or motor breakdown insurance – Select and Cover may be right for you.

Select and Cover is available for customers with an HSBC bank, savings, mortgage or credit card account who are registered for online banking.

By ‘family’ we mean your spouse, domestic or civil partner and dependent children living with you who are under 18 – or under 23 if they’re in full-time education and living at home outside of term time.

Select and Cover Worldwide Travel is provided by Aviva Insurance Limited. The maximum age for cover is 70.

For details of the coronavirus cover offered as part of the Select and Cover travel option, see What’s covered under HSBC Travel Insurance.

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Useful information

Finding up-to-date information you can rely on can be challenging. We've put together some trusted sources that you may find useful.

GOV.UK

The government's latest support and advice on the coronavirus pandemic.

Foreign & Commonwealth Office

Guidance for British people travelling overseas during the coronavirus pandemic.

UK Civil Aviation Authority

Information about your rights as an airline passenger and what to do if you can't travel.

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