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Supporting Employees with Long COVID: A Guide for Employers

This guide developed by EARN and the Job Accommodation Network (JAN) provides information and resources to help employers support employees with Long COVID.

Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in the spring of 2020, COVID-19 has impacted people in many ways. Government reports estimate that millions of Americans have experienced prolonged, lingering symptoms, a condition known as Long COVID. These symptoms can be severe enough to affect an individual’s ability to function, including the ability to work. This publication provides information and resources to help employers support employees with Long COVID.

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