This bill would provide civil immunity for business entities, health care providers, educational entities, churches, governmental entities, and cultural institutions operating in this state, as well as individuals associated with these entities, from certain damages claimed by individuals who allege that they contracted or were exposed to Coronavirus, during a declared state of emergency
This bill would also provide immunity for certain health care providers during the performance or provision of health care services or treatment that resulted from, was negatively affected by, or was done in support of or in response to the Coronavirus pandemic or the state's response to the pandemic
Relating to civil immunity; to provide legislative findings; to provide definitions; to provide civil immunity for certain entities and individuals from certain damages claimed by individuals who allege that they contracted or were exposed to Coronavirus during a declared state of emergency; to provide civil immunity for certain health care providers relating to the performance of certain health care services or treatment during the Coronavirus pandemic; to provide for a statute of limitations for certain claims; and to provide for retroactive effect.
|May 5, 2020||S||Pending third reading on day 17 Favorable from Finance and Taxation Education|
|May 5, 2020||S||Read for the second time and placed on the calendar|
|May 4, 2020||S||Read for the first time and referred to the Senate committee on Finance and Taxation Education|
|Hearing||May 4, 2020||Room 825 Agenda Updated at 00:00||Senate F&TE Hearing|
|Bill Text||SB330 Alabama 2020 Session - Introduced|