Citing the “growing body” of case law on the topic, a Connecticut federal judge became the latest to reject a business’ claims that COVID-19 caused it to suffer a “physical loss or damage” that entitled it to coverage under its insurance policy’s business interruption clause.

U.S. District Judge Omar A. Williams of the District of Connecticut sided with Factory Mutual Insurance Co., ruling that plaintiff Amphenol Corp. failed to show “physical loss or damage” sufficient to trigger coverage under the insurance policy.