It’s been a long year. We’ve been stuck inside, discouraged from traveling, and staring at the same scenery for, frankly, too long. Now that people are getting vaccinated, it’s time to start exploring again, to begin adventuring, to reach new places and seek new heights. However, safety is still a top priority while traveling. Here are some tips for staying safe while getting ready to travel.
According to the CDC, fully vaccinated travelers should still follow its travel recommendations:
After traveling you should self-monitor for COVID-19 symptoms; isolate and get tested if you develop symptoms . You should also follow all state and local recommendations or requirements if traveling domestically .
If you’re fully vaccinated and traveling internationally, the CDC recommends following the above guidelines and more:
How AFSPA Can Help
We offer four travel insurance plans that protect you, your family and belongings anywhere from one day to a full year. Visit our website to choose a plan best for you and your travel needs.
AFSPA also offers Members of Household (MOH) insurance. Our Members of Household policies, Global Medical Insurance (GMI), GlobeHopper Senior and the Liaison Medical Series offer flexible medical coverage worldwide. These plans are ideal for those family members and friends not eligible for the Federal Employees Health Benefits Program (FEHBP), who are either U.S. citizens spending extensive time with you overseas or foreign nationals needing healthcare coverage while residing with you in the U.S., or while traveling outside their home country defined as the country of permanent residence. For more information and to choose the MOH insurance best for you click here.