Coronavirus (COVID-19)- key corporate offences created under emergency health protection regulations [Archived]

The following Corporate Crime practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19)- key corporate offences created under emergency health protection regulations [Archived]
  • Corporate offences created under PH(CD)A 1984—England
  • Corporate offences created under PH(CD)A 1984—Wales
  • Corporate offences created under regulations made under CA 2020 and the PH(S)A 2008—Scotland

Coronavirus (COVID-19)- key corporate offences created under emergency health protection regulations [Archived]

ARCHIVED: This Practice Note has been archived and is not maintained. This follows the publication of the government’s plan on living with COVID-19, in light of which many offences covered in this Practice Note were revoked as of 24 February 2022. In particular, see the Health Protection (Coronavirus, Restrictions) (Self Isolation etc.) (Revocation) (England) Regulations 2022, SI 2022/161 in relation to the easing of restrictions in England. See also the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel and Operator Liability) (Revocation) (England) Regulations 2022, SI 2022/317, and the Health Protection (Coronavirus, International Travel, Operator Liability and Public Health Information to Travellers etc.) (Wales) (Revocation) Regulations 2022, SI 2022/315, revoking all remaining international travel and operator liability offences in England and Wales, respectively, as of 18 March 2022. However, the relevant instruments continue to apply in relation to any offence committed under them prior to their date of revocation. For further information, see: Government publishes plan on living with coronavirus (COVID-19)—LNB News 22/02/2022 8.

This archived Practice Note summarised the key corporate offences created under health protection regulations to combat the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic (health protection (coronavirus restrictions) regulations). It covered offences that can be committed by a body corporate in England, Wales and Scotland as well as providing details of the separate offences that can be committed by

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