On June 21, 2021, OSHA adopted its COVID Emergency Temporary Standard (ETS) for healthcare workplaces. The standard makes a requirement out of what most healthcare providers are already doing—physical distancing, PPE, sanitization, patient screening, etc. However, there are a few additional things that employers may need to add to their regimen and—most notably—they needed to have the whole process in a written (if >10 employees) COVID emergency plan, which was to be in place and trained on by July 21, 2021.