LA Times, October 20 2014 – Ebola scare: Cruise passengers received $200 credit, excursion refunds

Published by Emily Phinney October 22, 2014

Megan Singh from Squaremouth, a website that compares travel insurance coverage, explains it this way in an email: If you’re the healthcare worker and you had trip interruption insurance, you could file a claim for expenses for items you were unable to use, such as the cost of a shore excursion or other cruise expense.

However, passengers who weren’t quarantined have no such claim even if they had the coverage. Trip interruption service kicks in for things like extremely bad weather and personal illness.

Read the full article online here: http://www.latimes.com/travel/deals/la-trb-mexico-carnival-ship-ebola-20141017-story.html