If you have travel plans and you're trying to figure out whether or not you should go due to the Coronavirus outbreak, here's something you may want to know:
According to PopSugar, "Standard travel insurance offered by airlines or through partnerships with online booking agencies strictly cover "unforeseen events" like accidental injuries, unexpected sicknesses, or the death of a family member. This means, unless you or a person you're traveling with has aconfirmed case of COVID-19before or during your trip, you won't be covered or entitled to financial compensation. If you've already purchased a flight and insurance assuming that fear of the coronavirus pandemic would be reason enough to cancel, look up your specific insurance provider to find their current position. Before you get discouraged, however, there are still two promising alternatives: "cancel for any reason" travel insurance or altering your travel plans through the airline itself."