NAB complimentary travel insurance would cover Pandemic/Epidemic. Similar to ANZ Deal here but covers many cards.
We're making some important changes to the following NAB credit card(s):
NAB Low Fee Platinum Credit Card
NAB Premium Credit Card
NAB Velocity Rewards Premium Credit Card
NAB Qantas Rewards Signature Credit Card
NAB Qantas Rewards Premium Credit Card
NAB Rewards Signature Credit Card
NAB Rewards Platinum Credit Card
NAB Flybuys Rewards Credit Card
NAB Low Rate Platinum Credit Card
NAB Qantas Plus Credit Card
NAB Visa Gold Debit Card
NAB Platinum Visa Debit Card
Effective 30 June 2022, the General Insurance Code of Practice section, and Complaints & Disputes section in the NAB Card Insurance Policy Information Booklet for your card(s) has been updated. These changes align with the standards and requirements of the 2021 Insurance regulatory reforms.
You can view details of the Notice of Change within the new policy Information Booklet at nab.com.au/personal/credit-cards/manage-your-credit-card/covid-travel-insurance-changes.
Introducing Epidemic and Pandemic cover for International Travel Insurance
From 30 June 2022, if during the period of your cover, you (and your spouse/dependents, if they're eligible for cover) are positively diagnosed as suffering a sickness recognised as an epidemic or pandemic (such as COVID-19), cover may be available. Refer to the sections listed below in the policy information booklet under 'Select benefits':
1.1 Overseas Emergency Assistance
1.2 Overseas Emergency Medical
1.4 Medical Evacuation & Repatriation
3.1 Additional Expenses
If your travel companion is positively diagnosed as suffering a sickness recognised as an epidemic or pandemic, such as COVID-19, which impacts your journey, cover may be available to you under the following sections under International and Domestic Travel Insurance:
3.1 Additional Expenses
Note, you won't be covered while travelling against advice or warnings issued by The Australian Government and where you did not take reasonable care to avoid contracting the sickness, for example by delaying travel to the country listed in a warning.
Visit the Australian government Smart Traveller website, for any Australian Government advice or warnings.
The information above is a summary only. Eligibility criteria, terms, conditions, limits, and exclusions apply. Please refer to the NAB Card Insurance Policy Information Booklet Part D - General Exclusions and the exclusions covered in each of the above sections.