Alabama Enacts Law to Provide Immunity From COVID-19 Lawsuits

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Persons who recover from COVID-19 are believed to develop immunity from further infection for some as-yet undetermined amount of time. On February 12, the Alabama Legislature created (and Governor Kay Ivey signed) a more certain form of immunity protecting businesses and other organizations from lawsuits that blame them for illness from the virus. The new law provides general immunity to businesses, schools, and nonprofits as well as more comprehensive protection for healthcare providers.

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Alabama’s new general immunity law protects businesses (including nonprofits and the self-employed), churches, schools, governments, cultural institutions,

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