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Aon: Nurses Could Face Additional Liability Claims From COVID-19 Care

The scope of legal immunity offered by some states hasn't been tested yet, said Jennifer Flynn, Nurses Service Organization risk manager, Aon's Affinity Insurance Services (Oct. 14, 2020).

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