The act requires all persons, with respect to premises owned by them or under their possession, custody, or control, to provide reasonable notice of actions taken by them to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission to individuals present on the premises. No person is liable for the failure of any individual to comply with rules, policies, or guidelines contained in a required notice. The notice requirement does not apply to premises owned by an individual that are not used in operating a sole proprietorship.
The act does not affect any immunity granted under S.L. 2020-3 (Senate Bill 704).
The act became effective on July 2, 2020 and applies to claims arising on or after that date.