FCA consults on how best to prove presence of Covid-19


The Financial Conduct Authority has published a statement and consultation on draft guidance as to how the presence of coronavirus in a particular area may be proved, based on the High Court’s judgment and declarations following the Covid-19 business interruption court case.

The case is currently at appeal stage with the Supreme Court and a judgment is expected early next year.

The FCA said in its announcement: “We do not expect this aspect of the High Court’s ruling to be affected by the

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