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April Boyer and Claire Flowers April Boyer and Claire Flowers

Employers are rightfully concerned about the health, safety and welfare of their employees in light of the global spread of coronavirus disease (COVID-19.) While the health risk to the general public—including employees in non-health care settings—remains low in the United States, employers should plan ahead and establish a response plan in the event of a widespread outbreak in the United States. Employers can take the following steps to address potential or actual COVID-19 occurrences in the workplace:

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