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There are legal concerns surrounding opening up the country and sending people back to work.
Businesses face the possibility of being sued by customers or employees who may be exposed to coronavirus, according to Bloomberg.
That is the warning from the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.
The lobbying group said in a letter, policymakers should consider giving protection to businesses that follow federal, state or local health guidelines.
The lawsuits would include negligence and public nuisance claims, could threaten the survival of some businesses.
Although, proving exactly where the virus was picked up could be difficult.
The chamber suggested requiring some claims to be brought in federal court instead of state courts.