If you choose to travel to a country designated as ‘do not travel’ by The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, you will not be covered for medical, repatriation or related expenses abroad.
If you choose to travel to a country designated as ‘avoid non-essential travel’ up to 30th September 2021, you will not be covered. If you choose to travel to a country designated as ‘avoid non-essential travel’ on or after 1st October 2021, cover will apply if you have evidence that your journey is necessary under the reasons we have defined as essential travel. You will find details of the five reasons we consider to be essential, which will form part of your terms and conditions, along with examples of the evidence required to make a claim, at https://www.irishlifehealth.ie/overseas
Under our overseas cover, there are a range of Emergency Inpatient Treatment Abroad and related benefits available depending on your plan:
• Hospital bill for inpatient treatment up to €100,000
• Repatriation expenses up to €1 million
• Additional costs arising from in-patient claim up to €1,500
• Companion expenses/Expenses for companion who remains with you up to €1,500
• Companion repatriation expenses up to €1,000
Please review your Table of Cover to check which benefits you are covered for under your plan, you can access it and your Membership Handbook in your online account.