COVID-19 liability protections for Georgia businesses and hospitals are set to be extended into the summer of 2022 after legislation that has cleared the... COVID liability protections to get extended one year

COVID-19 liability protections for Georgia businesses and hospitals are set to be extended into the summer of 2022 after legislation that has cleared the General Assembly. The bill, sponsored by state House Majority Whip Trey Kelley, R-Cedartown, extends liability protections for another year to shield businesses and health care facilities in Georgia from lawsuits brought by people who contract COVID-19 in all but the worst negligence or recklessness cases.

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