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Play centres cite lack of support from insurers over pandemic

Play Activity and Leisure Ireland says most of its members would favour a rebate or policy extension

16th April, 2020
Irish play centres have told a new survey that they have received no cooperation from their insurers. Picture: Getty

The vast majority of play centres across the country say they have received no cooperation from their insurer in the wake of the Covid-19 outbreak, according to a new survey.

The survey conducted last week among members of Play Activity and Leisure Ireland (PALI), found that 95 per cent of its members had not been granted leeway from their insurer during the pandemic.

This included not receiving a commitment from their insurance company to pause or...

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