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A Virginia Senate committee on Thursday killed a bill that would have made COVID-19 a compensable workers compensation injury by presumption for some workers.
The Virginia House of Representatives on Sept. 4 passed H.B. 5028, which would have provided death and disability benefits for certain employees who contract COVID-19 and their families.
The presumption, which fell in line with legislative trends nationwide, would have applied to firefighters, emergency medical services personnel, law-enforcement officers, first responders, health care providers and school employees.
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