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Administration Actions Regarding COVID Protocols For Federal Contractors and Large Employers

Summary On September 9, 2021, President Biden issued orders that have the intent of requiring employers to mandate that their employees are vaccinated against COVID-19 or undergo regular testing and other restrictions. President’s Biden’s Executive Order on Ensuring Adequate COVID Safety Protocols for Federal Contractors (the “Executive Order”) will, when implemented, require most federal contractors to comply with all guidance for federal contractor or subcontractor workplace locations published by the Safer Federal Workforce Task Force (see www.saferfederalworkforce.gov)...

New Non-Discrimination Law Leaves Many Open Questions

On July 19, 2021, Governor Kate Brown signed a bill that is intended to combat discrimination in health care. SB 567 prohibits health care providers in Oregon from denying medical treatment, or limiting the amount of medical resources allocated, to patients based on their race, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, or disability. SB 567 has been the subject of considerable debate. Supporters say that the new rules are needed to prevent abuses that some populations continue to experience in the health care environment...

First Draw PPP Loans $2 Million and Up and the PPP Necessity Questionnaires 

Starting around October 26, 2020, the Small Business Administrations (the “SBA”) asked Paycheck Protection Program (“PPP”) lenders to provide certain questionnaires to PPP borrowers with loans of $2 million or greater. There are two questionnaire forms on the Treasury: Form 3509 for for-profit borrowers and Form 3510 for non-profit borrowers...

The U.S. Breaks with Canada in Response to COVID-19 and Cross-Border Travel Restrictions 

Since March 2020, the United States and Canada have agreed upon mutually reciprocal COVID-19 related travel restrictions. U.S. and Canadian officials mutually determined that “non-essential” travel between the U.S. and Canada “poses additional risk of transmission and spread of the virus associated with COVID-19 and places the populace of both nations at increased risk of contracting the virus associated with COVID-19.”[1] As a result, both countries temporarily restricted non-essential travel across the border via land ports of entry (though both countries have allowed travel via air and sea to continue)...
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