Covid-19 and AT/MP insurance in 8 European countries

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The current global pandemic is also having an impact on insurers against accidents at work (AT) and occupational diseases (OD). Faced with a generalized risk of contamination which can occur indifferently in a private or professional context, how to decide on a request for recognition of Covid-19 as an occupational risk, for which workers, under what conditions?

Questions to which EUROGIP provides answers in the note it publishes concerning eight countries: Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, Spain and Sweden. This note is descriptive, it has no comparative aims.

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