USE INSUREMYTRIP.COM’S H1N1 (SWINE FLU) COVERAGE TOOL TO UNDERSTAND YOUR TRAVEL INSURANCE PROTECTIONMay 4th, 2009
WARWICK, RI, May 4, 2009—InsureMyTrip.com announces the availability of its new H1N1 Swine Flu Coverage Tool. “This is an industry first that will help all travelers know the real coverages that travel insurance has to offer in this time of crisis,” says Jim Grace, President and CEO of InsureMyTrip.com.
Swine Flu is a rapidly developing international health issue. As of April 29, the World Health Organization (WHO) has raised the alert from phase 4 to phase 5, prompting countries to activate their pandemic preparedness plans. The new Coverage Tool is part of InsureMyTrip’s unprecedented effort to keep travelers informed as we learn more about how these events affect our insurance plans.
It pays to purchase travel insurance from the experts at InsureMyTrip.com. Featuring more than 100 plans from all the leading U.S. travel insurance companies, InsureMyTrip.com is the industry’s leading travel insurance authority. For up-to-the-minute information on travel insurance and the H1N1 virus, use the Coverage Tool, monitor our blog, or speak with one of our licensed, expert Customer Care representatives at 800-487-4722. Customer Care representatives are available by phone, email, or live-chat seven days a week, Monday through Friday 7 AM to Midnight, Saturday 9 AM to 6 PM and Sunday 11 AM to 6 PM ET.
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