Hello, this is Troy Gonzales with Good Neighbor Insurance. I’m going to talk to you today about the GeoBlue Voyager international travel medical insurance, and I’m going to talk to you all about the medical insurance benefits, the evacuation insurance benefits, and everything related to medical expenses on the GeoBlue Voyager international travel medical insurance. All right if you want to see other videos about travel insurance benefits, how to use it, and so on, you can check the links in the description right below, that’ll help you out. But here we go, let’s get started. So the GeoBlue Voyager, there’s the Choice and the Essential. There are actually two levels of coverage. So for now, everything I’m telling you is applicable for both. It’s the same exact coverage on both. So there’s coverage for international travel medical insurance for new injuries, new illnesses, such as ambulance, or the hospital, inpatient, outpatient, prescriptions related to that, and so on. There’s also included, separate, but also included, the medical evacuation insurance. Now, there’s up to $500,000 for medical evacuation insurance – its own limit. There’s also an evacuation team. So the insurance company handles all of their evacuation emergencies in-house. So they have a team of medical professionals to arrange and pay for medical evacuation, so if it ever does happen, make sure to call the insurance company. They can help you. Other than that, it’s got terrorism coverage, which is very, very important and good to have. So now, here is where a difference is thrown in. So the Voyager Essential is the lower plan: the Voyager Essential economy international travel health insurance, and there’s the Voyager Choice international travel insurance. And that’s going to be a little more coverage in a couple areas. Not much, but the main difference is that pre-existing conditions are covered. So, in order to secure the Voyager Choice international travel health insurance, you actually have to have active U.S. health insurance,and then you can enroll and secure the coverage, and you have coverage for emergencies related to pre-existing medical conditions. That is going to be for, not new, but emergencies and things related, not for medical maintenance. So if you have scheduled surgeries and things like that, the plan’s not going to cover that. It’s not for that type of coverage. So the last thing is, on both the Choice and Essential there is coverage for complications of pregnancy. No time limit, strictly for endangerment of life emergencies related to complications of pregnancies, but if you are looking for that, make sure and read through the policy details or ask us. We want to make sure that you understand what this covers and what it doesn’t. So that’s the medical insurance benefits provided on the Voyager plans. So if you have questions, you can definitely ask us, and like I said there’s more information in the description below. So I hope this has been helpful. Let us know if you have questions.