On Tuesday of this week, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) announced a new policy regarding inspections and enforcement during the coronavirus pandemic as well as the obligation of employers to record COVID-19 cases within their workforce. Beginning Monday, May 26, the agency will begin to resume the usual level of in-person inspections of workplaces in areas where coronavirus infection rates have slowed. The guidance supersedes pandemic-era protocols that focused on healthcare-related businesses. In areas with “sustained elevated community transmission or a resurgence in community transmission, OSHA will prioritize high-risk industries and workplaces that have reported a larger number of complaints. Additional guidance reiterates that businesses subject to OSHA record-keeping requirements must record and report COVID-19 cases in the workplace.