May an Employer Disclose if an Employee Tests Positive for COVID-19 to Others?
Yes. Per guidance issued by the CDC, an employer should inform employees of potential workplace exposure. However, employers are still required to maintain confidentiality under the ADA, and should not identify the quarantined individual.
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