‘Stay home if you’re sick’ is time-tested advice. But not all workers can afford it.
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Working Sick During Covid: What We Learned from Swine Flu
Producer: María Villaseñor
Editor: Cullen Golden
As Covid-19 spreads, keeping workers from becoming sick on the job is taking on renewed importance. Research shows that robust sick leave policies can play an important role in stemming a pandemic.Transcript
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