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What to do when an employee is positive for COVID-19? - Shared screen with speaker view
Frances Maus
43:58
The proclamation is scheduled to expire tomorrow, is that still correct? Is there any information on an extension of the current restrictions?
Kelly Hoerschelmann
44:12
Great question!!
Daniel Bush
48:40
Is it true that this has been more of a threat as an airborne infection and not surface touch points as previously thought?
samitabasnet@yahoo.com
50:28
covid positive employee isolated for 14 days, can they come back to work after that or do they have to go back to test and get two negative as CDC guidelines to come back to work?
Robert Moberg
52:11
The proclamation does expire on the 25th. Governor has a scheduled press conference at 11am tomorrow. I would expect an update then
Ava Byers
53:25
To qualify for the Emergency Sick leave, is there any requirement for the employee to provide us documentation (a doctors note) or just tell us they are quarantining for COVID-19 and we pay them?
C Muta
01:12:12
will these slides be available on the website later? I was late to the meeting so i feel I’ve missed some critical information.
Stacy Kluesner
01:13:43
Yes, the slides will be on the website. So will a full recording of the call
Emilee Zimmerman
01:14:00
The slides are currently on the website at restaurantiowa.com
samitabasnet@yahoo.com
01:16:41
covid positive employee isolated for 14 days, can they come back to work after that or do they have to go back to test and get two negative as per CDC guidelines to come back to work?
samitabasnet@yahoo.com
01:25:25
If the unemployment was collected, and we pay sick leave, can I ask my employee to call workforce to pay back what they collected.?