Your latest Coronavirus (COVID-19) updates
This article will be regularly updated with new information regarding the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Aviva insurance policies and how we're supporting you and your business during this difficult time.
Update: Homeworking webinars (2 Apr)
To provide you with advice and some handy tips to overcome the challenges of homeworking, we're hosting two webinars. One will focus on general homeworking support and tips, while the other will be tailored advice for managers.
For all the information and registration links, click here.
Update: Temporarily Unoccupied Buildings (26 Mar 2020)
Based on your feedback, we’ve updated our position on Temporarily Unoccupied Buildings.
Our cover will now continue to apply to your clients who have followed Government advice to close their premises temporarily for a period of up to 90 consecutive days.
There is therefore no need to immediately notify us that your clients insured premises has closed temporarily due to the COVID-19 outbreak.
Update: Protection when working from home (26 Mar 2020)
To support you and your clients, we’re automatically extending our existing policy cover to provide the same level of protection your business clients currently enjoy so they can carry out their normal business activities at their home and the homes of their employees.
The impact on insurance policies (13 Mar 2020)
As the number of Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases continue to rise globally and media coverage intensifies, our priority is the safety of our employees, the continuation of business operations and the service we provide to you and your customers.
We appreciate during this period you’re seeing an increasing number of queries from your customers, so we just wanted to be clear on our position from a business readiness and insurance coverage perspective to help you respond to these
Below details the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) across some of the Aviva insurance policies, as well as some helpful support for you and your clients:
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