It is sometimes hard to tell with some plants if they have virus since they may have partial resistance or carry the disease and be symptom less. The necrotic spots on the leaves may be bacterial or fungal as applestar and RBG said. Usually the areas around necrotic spots form yellow halos or the necrotic spots drop out and form holes in the leaves. There are the typical halos around the necrotic spots on the leaves that you see with bacterial spot, but the mottling of the rest of the leaves is what concerns me most.
This link has good pictures of different kinds of pepper problems, but does not have any pictures of leaves with the kind of mottling you have. It does show pictures of leaves with fungal and bacterial spot and while there is necrosis and yellowing around the necrotic areas, usually the remainder of the leaf is not mottled.
https://solutionsforyourlife.ufl.edu/hot ... seases.pdf
Tobacco mosaic virus causes mottling on pepper leaves. It is not exactly the same pattern as yours but it is similar.
https://www.missouribotanicalgarden.org/ ... virus.aspx
It is possible to have more than one condition going on at the same time. Weak plants make good targets for pests and disease since they have weakened defenses.
I grow a lot of different plants and a few peppers. Since fungal and viral diseases are transmittable by contact with plant saps or through insects and I do not use a lot of chemicals, if I find a weak or diseased plant it is better for me to err with caution and sacrifice the weak plant to prevent spreading the infection to the rest of the plants. This is especially important since I do live in a place where there is no winter to kill pathogens and high humidity which is favorable to bacterial and fungal infections and I have a small yard with literally a thousand plants in pots in close proximity. Many diseases and pests share multiple hosts. Earlier this summer I have already had to toss out a tray of Thai basil because of basil downy mildew. That infection started three weeks after I saw that Walmart was selling infected basil at their store that is less than a mile away.
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