From The Philadelphia Inquirer
By Juliana Feliciano Reyes
Here’s what to know about your rights.
There’s no law that specifically requires employers to inform workers about a positive case in the workplace. Workers could, however, sue a company for reckless endangerment and negligence if an employer does not tell them about a positive case.
Locally, Pennsylvania officials issued an order on April 15 saying that, upon learning of a positive case in the workplace, employers must take temperatures of all their workers and send employees home if they have a temperature above 100.4 degrees.
Read the full article: Does my boss have to tell me if a coworker has coronavirus? What to know about your rights.