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Having high blood pressure shouldn’t affect whether or not you can go on holiday and stop you from having fun. All it means is you just need to do a little bit of preparation beforehand such as getting travel insurance which covers your medical condition.
At Holidaysafe we want to be there to cover you and your trip whether you have a medical condition or not, so we cover high blood pressure for thousands of travellers often for no extra cost!
It’s so important that you declare any medical conditions when taking out a policy so that you’re protected should anything happen to you whilst you are abroad. If you don’t let us know it could invalidate your policy.
If you are looking for medical travel insurance for another condition, please visit our dedicated medical condition travel insurance page here.
It has come to light that the NHS has decided that GP’s should stop prescribing travel vaccines that are exclusively for travel.
To make sure you stay healthy and well during your holidays, you must be prepared. Here are our top tips for avoiding a holiday disaster, and staying healthy abroad;
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☆The Which? Best Rate feature applies to Holidaysafe’s Premier cover, based on a 24-day Single Trip policy with Worldwide excluding Mexico cover. The table was last updated on Which?’s website on 30/06/2023.
*Please note, Holidaysafe’s online prices automatically include a 15% discount against our Customer Service Centre prices
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