If employees have been exposed but are not showing symptoms, should I allow them to work?
Employees may have been exposed if they are a “close contact” of someone who is infected, which is defined as being within about 6 feet of a person with COVID-19 for a prolonged period of time. Potentially exposed employees who have symptoms of COVID-19 should self-isolate and follow CDC recommended steps. Potentially exposed employees who do not have symptoms should remain at home or in a comparable setting and practice social distancing for 14 days. All other employees should self-monitor for symptoms and wear cloth face coverings when in public. If they develop symptoms, they should notify their supervisor and stay home.