OSHA Relaxes COVID Guidance for Fully Vaccinated Workplaces

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The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) is easing its COVID-19 recommendations for fully vaccinated workplaces, but the agency is still advising employers to take steps to protect any unvaccinated workers.

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On June 10, OSHA announced updated guidance along with new rules for frontline healthcare employers. The latest word from OSHA reflects new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) released in May that says fully vaccinated people can safely go without masks and physical distancing in most situations.

Previous OSHA guidance, released in January, instructed employers not to treat vaccinated

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