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COVID-19 cases are rapidly increasing around the world. The virus is already having a detrimental impact on the global economy and the effects on the shipping industry could be far-reaching. In this special section, the Lloyd's List team of expert analysts guide you through what it means for global trade, shipping and maritime, with daily updates.




Closed shops (Sipa US/Alamy Stock Photo)
Federal court rejects Covid BI case against Travelers

Win for insurer as New York judge rules 'loss of use not equivalent to direct physical loss'

Dinodia Photos / Alamy Stock Photo
Global oil demand to reach pre-pandemic levels in early 2022

Orders are forecast to rise to 100m barrels per day by the end of the year or in the first quarter of next year

Dzmitry Dzemidovich/Alamy Stock Photo
Covid-19 casts long shadow over employers' liability
Long Covid has implications for employers and their insurers 
John Neal, chief executive, Lloyd's
Return to offices must be 'very careful' to address inclusion: Neal

Lloyd’s CEO says office working is important but market must be 'thoughtful' in managing the transition







Can carriers contain a coronavirus cash crisis?

While the impact of the coronavirus pandemic will be felt across the industry, some will be better able than others to ride out the storm

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