A federal judge has dismissed a putative class action filed by a beauty salon that argued it should have been covered by insurance for business losses sustained during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U.S. District Judge Kari Dooley of the District of Connecticut rejected plaintiff One40 Beauty Lounge’s argument that the virus exclusion to its insurance policy with defendant Sentinel Insurance Co. was ambiguous.

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