COVID-19 Legal Update: Wyoming
Workers' Compensation Administrative board/ commission
How does the state define an occupational disease?
27-14-102 (t)(xi) “Injury” means any harmful change in the human organism other than normal aging and includes damage to or loss of any artificial replacement and death, arising out of and in the course of employment while at work in or about the premises occupied, used or controlled by the employer and incurred while at work in places where the employer’s business requires an employee’s presence and which subjects the employee to extrahazardous duties incident to the business. “Injury” does not include:
(A) Any illness or communicable disease unless the risk of contracting the illness or disease is increased by the nature of the employment.
COVid-19 Specific Laws, agency declarations/ press releases, or enacted regulation?
DWC Memo on Telemedicine and Telehealth
March 20, 2020
Court Closures & Modified Call
Is the administrative court system closed or open?
Does this state have a shelter-in-place in order?
ANY STATE-SPECIFIC GUIDANCE ON DISABILITY, UNEMPLOYMENT, OR HEALTH BENEFITS FOR COVID-19?
Last Updated: 7/14/2020