LV= adds COVID-19 underwriting question

As of Tuesday 7 April

Adam Saville
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LV= adds COVID-19 underwriting question

LV= has updated its application questions through its online quote and apply system during coronavirus

A customer will now be required to let LV= know if they have tested positive for coronavirus, been advised to self-isolate, are currently self-isolating or had symptoms suggestive of coronavirus. If an applicant has tested positive for COVID-19 it will postpone an application for one month after their full recovery. Those self-isolating due to being at risk will be asked to disclose their underlying health condition and they will be referred to an underwriter. Someone isolating due to living...

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