Rhode Island Lets Some COVID-19 Positive Health Care Workers Stay on Job

1 year ago
The Rhode Island Department of Health recently informed health care facilities that workers who test positive for COVID-19 don’t have to isolate if their employer has met so-called “crisis” standards. In all other cases, workers, regardless of vaccination status, are being told to isolate for five days and wear a mask for an additional five days. Both updates follow new guidance from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), which cut isolation time recommendations ...
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