The Pokémon Go phenomenon has taken the world by storm and while the initial obsession may have subsided, there are still die-hard enthusiasts. The augmented reality game requires players to find and catch virtual creatures in real world locations known as Pokéstops. Any location can be a Pokéstop - and that brings risk. Construction professionals and their insurers are one group that should take note. Construction sites are restricted out of necessity but may yet act as temporary host to Pokémo
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