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Exposed Persons Must Wait 14 Days Before Attending Hearings, Agency Says

Thursday, September 24, 2020 | 183 | 0 | 195 min read

People who have tested positive for COVID-19 or believe they have been exposed to it can attend in-person hearings only after they have quarantined for two weeks, the South Carolina Workers' Compensation Commission said. The commission is allowing some in-person hearings and conferences, but only under strict virus-safety protocols. Participants exposed to the coronavirus must quarantine for 14 days and test negative for the virus before they can attend a procedure, Executive Director Gary Cannon said in a bulletin emailed this week. Meanwhile, the planned changeover to a new web-ba...

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