PEARL HARBOR TRIP UPDATE
Please upload your documents to SafeTravel Hawaii as soon as possible. We will also be required to answer the Health Assessment questionnaire 24 hours to our flight. We will receive our QR code upon completion.
As promised, MCI is monitoring the restrictions in Hawaii and we wanted to send an update. Please see the updated letter from John Wiscombe about the current restrictions put in place in Hawaii. We are still very excited and are moving forward with the event but wanted to make sure you had all the up-to-date information.
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713 828 9079
Carol Mallett at firstname.lastname@example.org
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MCI provides “standard” level of coverage at no cost to the traveler. The coverage amount is only $600.
Traveler has the option of purchasing “premium” coverage and there are 2 option for this coverage.
A Traveler chooses the amount of coverage he/she wants. This coverage covers trip cancellation for the specific reasons listed in the policy. They are the usual reasons, illness, death (both apply to the traveler and family members of traveler), work related, natural disasters, etc. Standard reasons for all travel insurance policies.
B This policy covers what is call “Cancel For Any Reason” (CFAR) and is exactly what is says. If you decide you simply don’t want to go it pays the coverage amount you’ve purchased. It is more expensive than Premium A coverage.
Both A & B premiums are determined on the dollar amount the traveler wishes to cover.
Also, according to the documents from MCI, pre-existing medical conditions have been waived. This is a big plus. This can be important since if the traveler has had any change in an existing medical condition, including a change in the dosage of medications being taken, within 60 days prior to the purchase of the policy, then the cancellation for illness clause is not applicable and there is no coverage. MCI has waived this.
*MCI Insurance covers ONLY the MCI portion of the trip. If you are extending your trip on either side, you will need separate coverage.