Coronavirus (COVID-19) news & analysis—March & April 2021
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The following In-house Advisor practice note provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:

  • Coronavirus (COVID-19) news & analysis—March & April 2021
  • 26 April–2 May 2021
  • 19–25 April 2021
  • 12–18 April 2021
  • 6–11 April 2021
  • 29 March–4 April 2021
  • 22–28 March 2021
  • 15–21 March 2021
  • 8–14 March 2021
  • 1–7 March 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19) news & analysis—March & April 2021

This table contains an archive of news and analysis on coronavirus (COVID-19) and coronavirus developments that has been published within various Lexis®PSL Practice Areas in March & April 2021.

26 April–2 May 2021

DateNews AnalysisBrief description of News Analysis
30 April 2021Acas provides advice on dealing with employees with prolonged effects of coronavirus (COVID-19) LNB News 30/04/2021 106The Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) has published advice for employers and employees on the treatment of employees who are suffering from prolonged effects of a coronavirus (COVID-19) infection—‘long COVID’. Acas confirms that the usual rules for sickness absence and sick pay will apply if an employee cannot work due to long COVID. The advice also provides information on whether long COVID is to be treated as a disability.
30 April 2021CMA threatens Teletext with court action over failure to issue refunds amid coronavirus (COVID-19) LNB News 30/04/2021 105The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has announced an update to its investigation into Teletext Holidays (Teletext) that launched after complaints that Teletext was not issuing refunds for holidays cancelled due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic within the legally required time limit of 14 days. The company that operates Teletext, Truly Holdings, failed to provide undertakings to address CMA concerns. In a letter before claim sent

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