The Occupational Safety and Health Administration today reopened the comment period for certain topics in its interim final rule establishing an emergency temporary standard for occupational exposure to COVID-19, and announced that an informal public hearing would commence on April 27 to gather certain additional information from health care stakeholders as it develops a final rule. Comments are due April 22. 

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