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When an employer receives notice of potential exposure to COVID-19, the employer must provide specified notifications to its employees within one business day of the notice of potential exposure.

In response to the ongoing spread of COVID-19 in California, Governor Gavin Newsom signed AB 685, a law meant to gather data about the spread of COVID-19 in California by tracking and tracing workplace exposure to the virus. Gathering information about workplace illness is meant to assist in efforts to limit community exposure to COVID-19 and minimize the spread of COVID-19 throughout the State.

Related: COVID-19 return to work testing: guidance for brokers and employers

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