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Last Updated: 12/12/16

There was a bombing at a cathedral in Cairo, Egypt on December 11, 2016.

The Cairo Cathedral Bombing and Travel Insurance Information Center details travel insurance coverage related to the terrorist bombing at a church in Cairo, Egypt, on December 11, 2016.

Policyholders should check with their provider, or view the latest provider position statements, to see if the attack in Cairo meets their policy’s definition of a terrorist event.

This resource is updated regularly with travel alerts, frequently asked questions, provider position statements, and other new information as the situation progresses. Information included in this database is subject to change at any time.

The U.S. Department of State has declared the bombing an act of terrorism.

Travelers may be able to cancel their upcoming trip to Cairo or a nearby city if their policy includes Terrorism coverage and they meet their policy's other requirements.

Policies purchased before December 11, 2016 may include coverage for the Cairo bombing.

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