Businesses Must Move Swiftly, Says Chief Health Inspector

The Chief Health Inspector, Sharon Martin, is advising businesses to act quickly to prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus once it is determined that a staff member has been infected.
This could mean a temporary closure while staff are asked to quarantine until the requisite testing is done, Martin says.
Meanwhile, Martin says that employees who are not feeling well should stay at home, rather than risk going to the workplace and potentially infecting others.
She says this should be enshrined in the company’s operating policy.
Further, the Chief Health Inspector says that office supervisors should be more vigilant in observing whether an employee is ill, and about sending the person home.

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