Liability: Assisting in Control of Emergency Epidemic
A hospital, physician, health insurance organization, health care provider, public health worker, or emergency medical service provider who, in good faith, reasonably assists the State and the public to control emergency epidemics will not be held legally responsible.
Governor's expert emergency epidemic response committee - compensation - liability
(2) The conduct and management of the affairs and property of each hospital, physician, health insurer or managed health care organization, health care provider, public health worker, or emergency medical service provider shall be such that they will reasonably assist and not unreasonably detract from the ability of the state and the public to successfully control emergency epidemics that are declared a disaster emergency. Such persons and entities that in good faith comply completely with board of health rules regarding the emergency epidemic and with executive orders regarding the disaster emergency shall be immune from civil or criminal liability for any action taken to comply with the executive order or rule.