Nine months after COVID shut down workplaces around the nation, many businesses are anxious to get back to work and reopen as quickly as possible. Employees, too, may be eager to return to work. They miss interacting with colleagues, the give-and-take and exchange of ideas, and getting out of the house, away from family and kids, and the focus that a workplace provides.

All this is well and good, and an understandable goal. However, just as many individuals are anxious to get back to bars and restaurants, concerts, theatre, and family gatherings, these desires must be tempered by the risks that this behavior presents.

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