Coronavirus Outbreak and Insurance Coverage

Coronavirus Outbreak Insurance Coverage
Protect your business and employees from the emerging risks

A rapidly spreading coronavirus outbreak in Wuhan, China has disrupted businesses operating in the region, many of which have been shut down completely. Affected companies should review their insurance policies particularly with regard to extensions to see if they are covered for the resulting loss of revenues and costs.

Learn more on our Insight article about Business Interruption or download our latest Risk Alert Brochure.

More updates on Coronavirus:

- Coronavirus and its effect on business continuity planning(PDF)


For additional help, please call your local representative or our Lockton offices.


Greater China contact:

Olive Lam
Senior Vice President
Claims and Risk Management - Greater China 
Tel: +852 2250 2810 (Direct)

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