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Squaremouth Launches Ebola and Travel Insurance Information Center

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., Aug. 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Growing fear over the Ebola virus outbreak has travelers considering the benefits of travel insurance. To answer their questions, Squaremouth, America's fastest growing travel insurance comparison site, has launched the Ebola and Travel Insurance Information Center.

The comprehensive webpage includes official position statements by Squaremouth's travel insurance providers explaining their coverage of the virus. The Information Center also includes frequently asked questions, travel warnings and breaking news. It is managed by Squaremouth's team of industry experts and is updated daily. 

"We understand travelers may be concerned about the Ebola outbreak and want to know their options. We developed the Ebola and Travel Insurance Information Center to make this information readily available to anyone looking for answers," says Megan Singh, Squaremouth Marketing Manager.

Currently, a travel insurance policy can be purchased to cover a traveler who becomes infected with Ebola, however coverage can change if contracting the virus becomes expected or "foreseeable." As events unfold, updated position statements will be added to the Information Center.

For up-to-date information on Ebola and travel insurance, visit Squaremouth's Ebola and Travel Insurance Information Center.

About Squaremouth

Squaremouth is an online company that compares travel insurance products from every major insurance provider in the US. Using Squaremouth's comparison engine and customer reviews, travelers can research and compare insurance products. More information: www.squaremouth.com.

AVAILABLE TOPIC EXPERTS:
Megan Singh
[email protected]
(800) 240-0369 x 6119

SOURCE Squaremouth

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