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Feb 9, 2021

A children’s COVID vaccine could add to conflicts for divorced parents

  Earlier this month, the director of the White House Coronavirus Task Force said that vaccinating everyone in America against COVID-19 is one of the greatest operational challenges the country has ever faced and “we will not stop working until the mission is complete.” The sense of urgency is not in doubt. But the mission […]

Jan 1, 2021

10 tips for employers considering a mandatory COVID-19 vaccine

By Katerina Kramarchyk and Meghan DiPasquale The U.S. Food and Drug Administration advisory committee has recommended that the FDA approve Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine for use in the United States under an Emergency Use Authorization. The question for employers once the vaccine becomes available for distribution is whether they can require employees to take the vaccine […]

Dec 15, 2020

Vaccine arrives in S.C.; schools roll back in-person learning

COLUMBIA (AP) — Some frontline health care workers in South Carolina received vaccinations for COVID-19 on Monday as the state looks to quickly distribute its first shipments of the vaccine. The Department of Health and Environmental Control said it received its first allocation of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine Monday. The agency anticipates nearly 43,000 doses to […]

Dec 14, 2020

As vaccines arrive, so do tricky choices for employers

With the first round of COVID-19 vaccine shipments headed to South Carolina this month, employment law attorneys expect that as it becomes widely available in 2021, they will hear from clients with the same questions that law firms will soon have to answer for themselves. Chief among them: Can they require their employees to get […]

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