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CDC Shortens Quarantine Period and OSHA Updates Guidance on the ETS

Saul Ewing Blog

The last two weeks have provided a rollercoaster ride for employers as they grapple with the resurrection of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) Emergency Temporary Standard (“ETS”) by the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals, updated guidance from OSHA on the testing protocols under the ETS and new CDC guidance shortening quarantine periods.

Employers should be cognizant of how OSHA’s recent ETS guidance and the CDC’s newly revised quarantine and isolation recommendations affect operations.

This post was originally published on www.saul.com.

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