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Between October 23 and 29th, OSHA, the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration, issued nearly $500,000 in citations against 35 employers for failing to protect workers from COVID-19. Those additional citations bring proposed penalties against employers to nearly $2.5 million, as OSHA has announced.

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