At least twelve states have enacted legislation to create workers' compensation assumptions on compensability that may apply to "communicable diseases and pandemics" in addition to COVID-19, according to a legislative development report released Friday by the National Council on Compensation Insurance. ] Boca Raton, Florida-based rating agency tracks tracks in Alaska, California, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Michigan, Missouri, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, Texas and Washington, according to the report. To date, 20 states have adopted COVID-19 assumptions.
"Although several of these legislative proposals specifically mention COVID-19, these proposals also include terms such as" infectious disease "," COVID-1
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