Health officials say clearance testing is neither needed nor recommended. Employees should be able to come out of isolation and return to work without a negative test or doctor's note if they meet certain criteria.
Some workers could still be asked to stay home longer if they work around people vulnerable to the virus or if advised by their doctors.
The new rules are based on guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).
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