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Fresno County, Cal/OSHA reduce isolation guidance

Fresno, Calif. (KFSN)-On Friday, Cal / OSHA updated its recommendations for returning to work after a positive test or infection with COVID-19.

About a month after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention made the same recommendation.

Cal / OSHA now states that regardless of vaccination status, if an employee is asymptomatic and has a negative test, he or she can return to work after 5 days.

If a worker fails or refuses to test, he or she can return to work after 10 days.

On Thursday, prior to the Cal / OSHA decision, Fresno County began allowing some departments to adopt the same guidance.

Nathan Magsig, Supervisor of District 5 of Fresno County, said:

The time has come for labor shortages to thinly expand businesses and offices.

Fresno County will soon extend new guidance on Cal / OSHA quarantine to all sectors.

Click to find out more about CAL / OSHA recommendations. here..

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