A Florida law firm is offering to draft living wills for local teachers at no charge if they're forced to return to school amid the coronavirus pandemic. "Gallagher and Associates is happy to provide gratis living wills/advance directives for teachers involuntarily forced to return to the classroom," the firm wrote on Facebook. "While we agree with medical experts that it is premature to reopen schools in this Tampa Bay hot zone, we want to do our part to help teachers that are forced to return." Charles Gallagher says he got the idea for the offer after reading about three teachers in Arizona who all contracted COVID-19 while sharing a classroom, despite using masks and social distancing; one of those teachers has since died. “I just thought, ‘My gosh, there is this need out there and we can help, definitely want to help,'” he said. “It’s not physically possible, with the room they have logistically, to distance and it’s not physically possible for them to be apart from other teachers, other kids.” Earlier this month, Florida’s education commissioner signed an emergency order demanding all school districts in the state reopen in August and provide full services five days a week.