With ‘Help’ Like This . . .

In New York, which accounts for the 2nd highest coronavirus death rate in the country at 225 deaths per 100,000 residents, even while dramatically underreporting COVID nursing home deaths, the state Department of Labor last week issued guidance ordering that if an employer requires an employee to stay home for fear that the employee has…

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NY, CT, NJ and Others Expand Travel Orders

Effective tomorrow, August 1, Massachusetts will have the most stringent travel restrictions in the nation with only 8 states being exempted. Aside from the five other New England states as well as New York, New Jersey & Hawaii, visitors to Massachusetts are required to self-quarantine for 14 days upon arrival or face $500 per day…

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COVID Considerations

As we’re seemingly experiencing a resurgence of sorts in the number of coronavirus infections in some states and regions around the country, the loosening of restrictions is being paused in some states and outright reversed in still others. Further, interstate travel restrictions are now being applied and expanded by a number of states – New…

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Other State Issues to Consider

Staying abreast of the plethora of issues facing the small businessman and woman in the normal course of business is enough of a challenge, but in light of coronavirus regulations, mandates and guidance, it is practically full-time. To help keep you aware, we note that New York, which just announced a mandatory self-quarantine for visitors…

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