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Legal liability for Covid-19 cases

The United States has soared past yet another coronavirus record, with cases continuing to surge. The director-general of the World Health Organization spoke about the dangers facing frontline workers, and the measures the WHO is taking to support healthcare personnel. Meanwhile, companies worldwide are working toward a Covid-19 vaccine. President Donald Trump spoke about the US’ Operation Warp Speed initiative to bring a vaccine to market. Plus, as US leaders rush to reopen schools and the economy, concerns over liability have come into question. Should schools return this fall? If businesses reopen and customers get sick, who is legally liable?

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