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Insurance will not indemnify businesses for coronavirus losses

Insurance will not indemnify businesses for coronavirus losses
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Russian entrepreneurs will not be able to receive insurance payments for losses that they incurred due to the situation with coronavirus. Their property was not directly damaged, such as in the event of a flood or fire. 

According to "Izvestia"London's Lloyd's insurance market recently approved a clause to exclude any risks associated with coronavirus. This means that Russian companies that are now reinsuring their business abroad will face this condition.

In some companies, enterprises insure against suspension of activity, however, payments will be received only if the business gets up due to damage to property. Some policies risk access restrictions at the request of the authorities or as a result of epidemics, but few have been issued.
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