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Axa must pay £4.4m Covid insurance claim to high-end restauranter Corbin & King, High Court says

Axa must pay £4.4m Covid insurance claim to high-end restauranter Corbin & King, High Court says

Friday 25 February 2022 4:10 pm High end restaurant business Corbin & King, which owns restaurants across London, including Colbert in Sloane Square and The Wolseley in Mayfair, has won a £4.4m case against insurance giant Axa, after the insurer refused to cover losses incurred by the restauranter during Covid-19. The case comes after Axa […]

COVID-19: Ontario to ease COVID-19 restrictions, end vaccine passports, open boosters to youths

COVID-19: Ontario to ease COVID-19 restrictions, end vaccine passports, open boosters to youths

Publishing date: Feb 14, 2022  •  February 14, 2022  •  4 minute read  •  9 Comments Ontario Premier Doug Ford, pictured in this file photo, on Monday announced capacity limits would be removed for most businesses that require proof of vaccination on Feb. 17. Photo by THE CANADIAN PRESS/Nathan Denette Ontario will start removing COVID-19 […]

Green Pass COVID restrictions rolled back as case count falls

Green Pass COVID restrictions rolled back as case count falls

Israel’s new, relaxed Green Pass requirements went into effect at midnight Sunday, part of a further easing of COVID restrictions that coincides with a slowdown in the Omicron wave of the pandemic. Israelis no longer have to flash their Green Passes, which show proof of vaccination or a recent negative COVID-19 test at restaurants, movie […]

COVID-19: Ontario reports 58 more deaths; 90 people in Ottawa hospitals

COVID-19: Ontario reports 58 more deaths; 90 people in Ottawa hospitals

Ontario reported 3,960 new cases of COVID-19 Sunday and 58 more deaths as movie theatres, gyms, restaurants and a variety of other businesses will be allowed to reopen Monday. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. Restrictions imposed Jan. 5 will be relaxed as of Jan. 31 so venues that […]

COVID live updates: Quebec launches portal to allow self-reporting of rapid test results

COVID live updates: Quebec launches portal to allow self-reporting of rapid test results

More Montreal school authorities to start informing parents of COVID-related absences. Publishing date: Jan 25, 2022  •  January 25, 2022  •  15 minute read A man mops a floor at a restaurant on Ste.-Catherine St. West on Friday, January 7, 2022. Photo by John Kenney /Montreal Gazette Updated throughout the day on Tuesday, Jan. 25. […]

Covid-19 live: Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield give update on Omicron outbreak

Covid-19 live: Jacinda Ardern and Ashley Bloomfield give update on Omicron outbreak

STUFF Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern provides an update on the Omicron outbreak and booster shots at the post-cabinet press conference. (January 25, 2022) Get the latest on Covid-19 cases and other updates live from Stuff newsrooms across the country. MONIQUE FORD/Stuff Despite a busy Wellington Anniversary Day on Monday, Tuesday had left businesses feeling the […]

In the News: $68B for Bars and Restaurants in New COVID Relief Proposal

In the News: $68B for Bars and Restaurants in New COVID Relief Proposal

The COVID relief money the government made available has literally helped millions of small businesses. However, as the pandemic lingers on small businesses in particular need help. A new bipartisan proposal in the Senate is looking to make another $68 billion available for businesses such as bars, restaurants, and other types of food service establishments. […]

Covid 19 Omicron: Restaurants losing $100k per week in ‘worse than lockdown’ conditions

Covid 19 Omicron: Restaurants losing $100k per week in ‘worse than lockdown’ conditions

A completely empty Doltone House venue centre. Photo / Supplied He thought the end of lockdowns would be a good thing – instead, it’s left him and thousands of others struggling to survive. Aussie restaurant owners have been hit so hard by issues created by the surge in Covid cases that going into lockdown would […]

COVID-19: Vaccinations cancelled for children under five due to booking glitch; Ontario reports 11,352 new cases; 446 in Ottawa

COVID-19: Vaccinations cancelled for children under five due to booking glitch; Ontario reports 11,352 new cases; 446 in Ottawa

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau receives his booster injection at an Ottawa pharmacy Tuesday Photo by PATRICK DOYLE /REUTERS Mayor Jim Watson said Tuesday the next two to four weeks will be among the most difficult yet in the pandemic. Advertisement This advertisement has not loaded yet, but your article continues below. “Our seniors, our kids, […]