The best practice is always to report it as you would with any other work-related illness. If an employee says they have been exposed to the virus on the job and wants to file a claim, file it. (Credit: Shutterstock) The best practice is always to report it as you would with any other work-related illness. If an employee says they have been exposed to the virus on the job and wants to file a claim, file it. (Credit: Shutterstock)

Since starting the Out Front Ideas COVID-19 Briefing Webinar Series just a couple of weeks ago, we have been receiving questions regarding COVID-19 and how it is changing the landscape of workers' compensation. With daily changes in regulations occurring across the country, we wanted to answer the most pertinent questions affecting how we handle claims moving forward.

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