Protecting Employees From COVID-19 Without Violating Their Privacy Rights

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A common response to widespread disease has always been to avoid contact with others until the disease runs its course. Many states adopted that approach to combat the COVID-19 outbreak by implementing stay-at-home orders, social distancing protocols, and other similar restrictions. Businesses responded in kind by encouraging or mandating work-from home or telework arrangements for their employees. But now that states are reopening after their COVID-19 lockdowns and allowing employees to return to their offices – like New York did on June 22 – employers must implement safety measures to protect their employees.

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