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Coronavirus Update - Unoccupied Property Stance

As a result of the distancing measures that have been implemented by the Government, we are aware that a large number of our clients will be in the situation where their property/properties may have become unoccupied.

As we are receiving varying advice/recommendations/requirements from all insurers, we have compiled a list of our key insurer's resources linking to their current stance on unoccupied properties. We felt that this would be an easier way of communicating than listing all of the insurers stances on one page.

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Coronavirus – Notice for CLEAR’s clients about business interruption insurance

 

We are all being bombarded by non-stop news, complex information and advice that can appear overwhelming. At the same time, we are all trying to keep our families and colleagues healthy, and to ensure that our clients are well looked after.

 

In light of the UK Government’s various briefings, we thought it important to clarify some key points surrounding business insurance and the likelihood of cover being in place for COVID-19 coronavirus-related business interruption costs.

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Five cyber-security tips for companies working remotely

The number of people working remotely has risen significantly in the past few days. This development means that employers need to think carefully about maintaining information and cyber-security best practice. 

When employees access your company's data and databases remotely, the risk to that data increases. 

To counter that risk, the cyber-security messages that you share with your employees must be concise, easy to understand, and consistent.

Here are five top cyber-security tips to consider for your business during this time.

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COVID-19 and CLEAR's continued commitment to you

While there are ongoing concerns about the coronavirus (COVID-19), CLEAR is working to ensure that we limit the impact of the situation and our branch teams are available as usual and are here to answer any questions you may have. 

 

We are closely following government guidance and taking recommended steps to adjust our working practices in an effort to reduce the impact of the coronavirus.

 

The health and wellbeing of our associates, clients and their employees is of the utmost importance, and so we will be continuing to monitor the situation and issue news and guidance where possible. 

 

Please click here to visit our dedicated news page and stay up to date with our communications. 

 

As always, you can reach us on 0330 094 8740 or .

Coronavirus (COVID-19): guidance and information

 

With so much in the press and on social media about the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we decided it was a good time to provide some useful links to authoritative information and advice on the disease. 

 

We've kept this brief as the crisis is so fast moving, but we will continue to share useful information on our website as it emerges.

 

If you are planning to travel abroad, you should check UK government advice before you travel.

 

You should also look at your travel insurance to see what provisions it makes regarding infectious diseases. 

 

If you are a UK citizen and you are visiting a country in the European Economic Area (EEA), you should carry a European Health Insurance Card (EHIC), as this entitles you to free or discounted medical treatment.

 

For more information and guidance on COVID-19, visit: 

 

UK government travel advice: coronavirus (COVID-19)

NHS advice on coronavirus

Association of British Insurers (ABI): coronavirus Q&A

General advice when travelling abroad

 

Remember, we’re here to help. So, if you have any insurance queries related to the coronavirus, please speak to your usual adviser.