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Tips to Prevent Getting an Infectious Disease While on Vacation

Dr. Brent W. Laartz thought he was in for the ride of his lifetime when he set out on a horseback riding excursion in Costa Rica.

Admittedly younger and more naïve than he is today, Laartz – an infectious disease specialist and author of the book How to Avoid Contagious Diseases…

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Why Does Travel Insurance Is Necessary For Visitors To Australia?

Travel insurance is necessary whenever you plan to go to another country for a trip. It protect you from any unexpected incidents like getting ill, being targeted by offenders or lose your belongings etc. Travelling to Australia will be a big adventure for you as it is covered with natural beauty, coastlines, beautiful farms, waterfalls, combinations of different cultures, skyscrapers and anything else that you can imagine only in your dreams. But for traveling to Australia you should also consider risks as you are going thousands miles away from your homeland. In order to avoid from any risk in a new land you have to go through the insurance process. There are number of companies in Australia that are providing insurance policies for non-residents. Among them travel insurance services is one of them. It provides a complete package until your return to your home land. You can discover this info here.

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What are the things that the Australian insurance policies must include?

• It should cover the medical expenses above £5m.
• Repatriation to your own country, if you do not use any conventional travel ways or you have not to continue your journey for some reasons like medical issues, cancellation of your holidays, extreme weather conditions, or other conditions that may become the cause of your cancellation of your flight to Australia. 
• If you lost your possessions then it should cover you.
• It should also cover the categories like accidental death, travel delay costs, personal liability, permanent disability, loss of credit cards, loss PF travel documents and cheques, hospital expenses, personal and luggage effects.

What are the exclusions in Insurance policies?
• Your travel insures will not cover your chronic conditions or pre-existing diseases. 
• Some polices do not facilitate the customer if some unexpected events occur e.g. civil unrest, war, natural disasters or terrorism attacks.
• Injuries that happen under the influence of alcohol will not be paid by your insurer.
• If you travel to some places that are warned by FCO and you get injured or lose your possessions then your insurer will not pay you for it.
• If you take part in the games or other adventures things that are not under your traveler insurance policy then you are not paid for your injuries and accidents.

It is recommended to read thoroughly all the policies that are offered you by the insurer in order to safeguard you from any unexpected happenings.

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