Employees with potential exposure in the workplace that have a higher risk of illness or death should
(1) consider taking FFCRA Leave for 14 days after the exposure notification if they are not able to telework,
(2) should be tested as recommended by HR/Risk or their medical provider,
(3) follow their healthcare professional’s directives, and
(4) self-monitor for symptoms.
Employees that DO NOT HAVE SYMPTOMS should self-monitor for symptoms and may telework (if possible), opt to take FFCRA Leave, or may report to work following the CDC’s Safety Practices for Critical Infrastructure Workers Who May Have Had Exposure to a Person with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19.