Back in April I bought a Cathay round-trip ticket to Washington DC (October travel) as there is free rebooking and the price was only 5800 HKD for a non-stop flight which is a good deal.
My travel health insurance had renewed in April (bought in April, 2019, renewed in April, 2020) so was cautiously hopeful that it would cover coronavirus as I bought it long before coronavirus (2019). But...no. Have been searching online for a travel policy that covers the US and has high coverage limits (preferably 1 million US dollars, can easily reach that for a couple of weeks of intensive care in the US).
Found one but comes up on a series of ad-sponsored websites, says on the website that coronavirus is covered but the policy documents say nothing AND were published in 2019. So not feeling super confident that such a policy is worth the paper it's printed on (some name like "Diplomat America" not an actual insurance company you have ever heard of...).
Of course I can cancel or postpone the trip but would likely go if I had solid insurance, "just in case."
Willing to pay up to several hundred USD for a 3-4 week period of coverage (figure I should cover a period longer than the trip in case I get delayed due to being sick and unable to travel).
Any leads greatly appreciated. My Hong Kong employer insurance in Manulife, maybe I need to start with them to see if they have anything.