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Yesterday was an “opinion day” at the Supreme Court. And, at 10 AM, as expected, the Supreme Court issued an opinion.

Unfortunately, it wasn’t in the OSHA vax-or-test Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) case. Continue reading

Eventually **clicks refresh again on the Supreme Court’s website**, yes, eventually, the Supreme Court is going to decide whether to stay OSHA’s vax-or-test mandate a/k/a the Emergency Temporary Standard a/k/a the ETS.

If the Supreme Court enters a stay, that means the ETS is dead, right?

Well, maybe not everywhere–especially if your state has an OSHA-approved state plan.

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We still don’t know **clicks refresh on the Supreme Court’s website** whether the OSHA vax-or-test mandate will survive Supreme Court scrutiny.

But, in the meantime, the Biden Administration announced some big news yesterday about at-home COVID-19 tests. Continue reading

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A little over five years ago, TikTok, the social networking platform where users post videos ranging in length from 15 seconds to three minutes, was born. Now, I know that it’s hard to keep up with technology. But if your employee handbook doesn’t specifically reference TikTok — and I’m not just talking about your social media policy — then you, or your employees, or perhaps both, are looking for trouble.

Just ask a former flight attendant for a major airline. Continue reading

In an unintentionally-pervy post a few days ago, I told you that the CDC was considering amending its COVID-19 isolation guidance for asymptomatic individuals (and those with resolving symptoms) to include testing.

That change did follow. Except, here’s the thing. You can test if you want to. Or you can leave those tests behind.

It’s the safety (gui)dance. Continue reading

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