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Should You Sign a Business’s COVID-19 Liability Waiver?

October 12, 2020

From the Huffington Post website

As businesses continue to reopen throughout the United States, more gyms, salons, schools and other employers are asking people who enter their buildings and work within their spaces to sign COVID-19 liability waivers.

Considering the coronavirus is known to spread from people being in close contact with one another, these liability waivers can come with their own conditions, but they typically ask consumers to recognize this risk and release the business of responsibility if a person contracts COVID-19. In the latest stimulus package proposed by Senate Republicans, businesses would get a liability shield that would make it harder for people to take a company to court over coronavirus exposure.

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