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Gavel over a document stamped with "COVID-19." The sides sparred over the source of an airport shuttle driver’s coronavirus infection. One doctor testified that he believed his employment was the source of the infection, while the employer’s doctor testified there was some confusion over exactly when he began showing symptoms. (Credit: Mehaniq/Shutterstock)

A Philadelphia workers’ compensation judge has found an airport shuttle company liable to pay benefits to the widow of a Darby, Penn., man who contracted and ultimately died from COVID-19 in April 2020.

State Workers’ Compensation Judge Tina Maria Rago ordered First Transit Inc. and New Hampshire Insurance Co. to pay the widow of 51-year-old Sekou Kromah $270.25 weekly, equal to half of Kromah’s compensation rate, dating back to April 5, 2020, plus 10% statutory interest and $4,643.70 in litigation costs.



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