The Government of Canada extended the restriction on foreign nationals entering Canada from destinations other than the U.S. until at least July 31. It also extended the the mandatory 14-day quarantine period for all travellers through August 31.
This article surveys state laws that may require employers to pay reporting time pay to employees who arrive to work but must leave after exhibiting a fever, or other symptoms, during a COVID-19 health screening.
D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that the District would move into Phase Two of its reopening on June 22, 2020. Maryland has also expanded Stage Two of its reopening plan. At this point, every jurisdiction in the "DMV" has broadened their reopening.
New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut issued a joint incoming travel advisory, effective June 25, 2020, requiring all individuals—including Tristate Area residents—to self-quarantine for 14 days when arriving from an “impacted state.”
On June 26, 2020, the U.S. DOL provided guidance for investigators about employee eligibility for FFCRA paid family leave, when employees are unable to work because they are caring for a child whose summer camp or other summertime place of care is closed.
On June 24, 2020, the federal government published regulations that federally-regulated employers must follow to investigate, record, report, prevent and provide training with respect to work place harassment and violence, including sexual harassment.
On June 26, 2020, Governor Abbott issued an order re-imposing restrictions on certain businesses and services, a day after he announced a pause on future reopening steps. He has instituted several recent measures in an effort to contain COVID-19's spread.