State Public Health Order Info
See how the July 26 vaccination order impacts dental practices.
Learn about employee leave, county-specific ordinances and treating symptomatic or COVID-positive patients.
Covers how dentist employers must pay staff during a COVID-related illness, exposure or quarantine, time off to receive the vaccine or recover from complications of the COVID-19 vaccine, or to seek a diagnosis.
This resource covers how dentist employers must pay staff during a COVID-related illness, exposure or quarantine, time off to receive the vaccine or recover from complications of the COVID-19 vaccine, or to seek a diagnosis. Please note that in the event a local health department has mandated a practice closure, Cal/OSHA requires employers to maintain full employee pay, benefits and seniority during their absence and must not require an employee to use their state or local mandated sick leave.
If no, employer and employee may use these in listed order:
Note: Effective until 9/30/21, in addition to close contact exposure or COVID-related illness, supplemental paid sick leave has been expanded to cover employees taking time off to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, recover from complications of vaccine or time while awaiting results of a COVID-19 test or diagnosis.
*On 4/1/2021, under the American Rescue Plan Act, employer may choose to voluntarily pay employee similar to Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) which expires 9/30/2021
**Under the 2021 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave law (SB 95), employers of 25 or more employees are required to pay employees who cannot work or telework for covered reasons listed under the law.