This would be dependent on the insurance policy you have in place. Speak with your insurer to find out more.
This would be dependent on the circumstances of your business. There may still be a level of risk regardless of whether your business premises is open or closed.
It’s unlikely business interruption insurance will cover you for coronavirus-related interruption, regardless of whether you had cover in place before outbreak or not. Check with your insurer to find out more.
Business insurance (which can cover buildings, contents, theft, stock etc.) may be important when closed depending on the circumstances of your business. .
This would be dependent on the policy you have in place. Check with your insurer to see if coronavirus-related illness is covered.
It’s a $17.6 billion economic plan to keep Australians in jobs, keep businesses in business and support households and the Australian economy. The focus of the stimulus package is keeping Australians in jobs and helping small and medium sized businesses to stay in business. For more information relating to eligibility, visit: https://treasury.gov.au/coronavirus/businesses/
With more employees working from home, there has been reports of increased cyber security incidents and scams. Some insurers offer cyber liability insurance which may provide some insurance protection.
To find out more information about qualifying for the JobKeeper payment visit: https://treasury.gov.au/coronavirus/jobkeeper/