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The insurance implications arising from the new study reporting that SARS-COV-20 can remain for 28+ days – Lexology

One argument that insurers are making in resisting coverage under their property insurance policies for losses associated with COVID-19 is that there…

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One argument that insurers are making in resisting coverage under their property insurance policies for losses associated with COVID-19 is that there is no permanent loss or damage to property.  They note that SARS-CoV-2 remains in the air only a few hours and on surfaces for no more than a few days.  They argue that there is no coverage for such “temporary” events.
A new peer-reviewed article regarding the duration of SARS-CoV-2 on surfaces undercuts insurer arguments about just how “temporary…

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