Holidays 2021: Travel insurance expert warns Brits ‘take huge’ risk by ignoring FCO advice | Travel News | Travel
Holidays have been a contentious topic throughout the coronavirus pandemic. Although the government has long warned against travel, many Britons have decided to jet-set anyway. By travelling when the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office advises against it is a risky business indeed.
Analysis of the Civil Aviation Authority’s (CAA) November International Air Passenger Traffic data has revealed a whopping 1,439,268 travellers may have travelled abroad uninsured during the UK’s second national lockdown in November 2020.
If one looks at July, August and September, too, over three million Britons may have been uninsured during November and these summer months, according to