1. The Coronavirus Act 2020 would have been unthinkable only a few months ago. What follows is a very brief summary of its principal provisions as they apply in England.
  2. The Act contains 102 sections and 29 schedules. There is some duplication by reason of the need for some separate treatment of the four UK jurisdictions.
  3. It is, obviously, not possible to analyse any section in detail in a note such as this. The reader is referred to the Act itself for further reading.
  4. The sections of the Act can be grouped together under, broadly, the following headings.

View the full article here: The Coronavirus Act

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