Due to the increase of COVID-19 cases and related deaths in Michigan over the last four weeks, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an Oct. 29, 2020 Epidemic Order extending and revising its previous order issued on Oct. 9, 2020.
Governor Whitmer signed multiple bills that protect Michigan employers that are in compliance with COVID-19-related laws, and protect workers who do not report to work because they were exposed to, display symptoms of, or tested positive for COVID-19.
“Tourist hotels” in San Francisco must soon comply with Ordinance No. 208-20 enacted on October 9, 2020, which establishes cleaning and disease prevention standards and practices to help contain COVID-19.
In light of the Michigan Supreme Court’s October 2, 2020 order nullifying over 100 of the governor’s COVID-19 executive orders, the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services continues to issue health-related orders to protect Michigan residents.
On September 1, 2020, Sacramento County, California, enacted the Worker Protection, Health, and Safety Act of 2020, which obligates employers to provide supplemental paid sick leave, among other requirements.
A new Regulation requires businesses or organizations that are open to require anyone in (a) the indoor area of their premises, or (b) in a vehicle operating as part of the business or organization, to wear a mask or face covering.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services issued an emergency order prohibiting certain gatherings and mandating masks, partially filling the gap created by the Michigan Supreme Court’s opinion nullifying COVID-19 executive orders.