9 February 2022 | By Christopher Elliott

Maybe you’ve seen the stories about coronavirus-positive travelers getting trapped in third-rate, government-approved isolation hotels or in cruise ship “red zones” with tiny cabins and substandard food. And maybe you’ve wondered whether there’s a way to avoid an involuntary confinement if you test positive for the coronavirus on vacation.

There is — to a point.

“If you test positive for covid in a foreign land, you don’t have many choices,” says Rajeev Shrivastava, CEO of VisitorsCoverage, a travel insurance marketplace. “Most commercial flights will not board passengers who can’t provide a valid negative test for covid.”

Read the full article at The Washington Post.