As school districts and universities grapple with the risks of reopening in the fall, many are asking students and staff to waive their right to sue in the event that they contract the virus. But according to experts, they aren’t enforceable.
As schools across the country announce their reopening plans, many officials have said that they want students, faculty, and staff to sign COVID-19 liability waivers, legal documents waiving their right to sue the school in the event that they contract the virus.
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