Back to Work, Safely
In the event of a positive test result, we hope to provide the information needed to make important decisions regarding the readiness of your workforce. The following is based on the latest (as of writing this memo), official public health recommendations. Please feel free to distribute as you see fit.
I’m an employee and my results were positive. What should I do?
When can I get back to work?
Employees may consider returning to work according to the following criteria:
People who experienced mild to moderate illness, and who are NOT severely immunocompromised may return to work if the following 3 criteria are met:
Those at risk and those whose illness was acute should consult their treating physician before returning to work.
The above guidelines should not take the place of proper medical care. Your primary care physician will help assess your ability to return to work in the context of your own medical history.
I am the employer, and one of my employees tested positive or displays symptoms.
Maintain distance, wash hands frequently, and wear a mask around other people when possible.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention