New research by Comparetravelinsurance.com.au found that nearly one in two Australian travellers don’t know which pre-existing conditions to declare when buying travel insurance, which could leave them uninsured.
A pre-existing condition typically pertains to any medical or physical condition, defect, disease, or illness of which the traveller is aware of, and for which treatment, medication, investigation, surgery or advice has been received.
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