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Stephanie K. Rawitt of Clark Hill. Courtesy Photo Stephanie K. Rawitt of Clark Hill. Courtesy Photo

The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) expired at the end of 2020. However, the pandemic is not over. People are testing positive in record numbers across the country and many states still maintain work health and safety restrictions. Many schools are still operating with distance/remote learning. Plainly, employees will still require leave if they test positive for the virus, are exposed to the virus, or need to tend to children who are physically not in school. So, in the words of King George from the Broadway musical, “Hamilton,” “What comes next?”

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