The state Senate greenlighted a bill Wednesday that would provide paid sick leave to New York workers who are in isolation or under quarantine due to the coronavirus.

Under the bill, employees at companies with more than 100 employees would be provided at least two weeks of paid sick leave during any isolation or quarantine due to COVID-19. That same standard will apply for public employers as well, like school districts, counties and cities, according to the legislation.

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