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Reporting covid-19 positive tests from September 17th 2020 to January 1st 2023

Pursuant to California labor code section 3212.88 when you know, or reasonably should know, that an employee has tested positive for covid-19 between September 17th 2020 and January 1st 2023, you must report to your claims administrator in writing via electronic mail or facsimile within three business days all of the following-

1. An employee has tested positive. For purposes of this reporting, do not provide any personally identifiable information regarding the employee who tested positive for covid-19 unless the employee asserts the infection is work-related or has filed a claim form pursuant to California labor code section 5401

2. The date that the employee test positive, which is the date the specimen was collected for testing.

3. The specific address or addresses of the employees specific place of employment during the 14-day period preceding the date of the employees positive test.

4. The highest number of employees who reported to work at the employees specific place of employment in the 45-day period proceeding the last day the employee worked at each specific place of employment.

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