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Travellers warned to check the fine print of insurance policies MP3

Travellers are being urged to make sure they have travel insurance before they head overseas after a spike in the number of Australians needing medical assistance while abroad. However, they're also being warned to check the fine print of any policies, with horror stories from travellers who found out they weren't properly covered. Source: abc.net.au

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