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Posted on June 4, 2020

Maybe. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has issued new guidance regarding when employers are required to report cases of COVID-19 in the workplace. If you have an employee who tests positive for COVID-19 and you have any reason to believe the illness may have been contracted at work, please see this link for some information about the new OSHA guidance and contact your PBPA attorney for assistance.