As coronavirus spreads globally and cases rise in the United States, private businesses are assessing their level of risk. No one wants one of their employees to bring the contagious new illness into the workplace and cause dozens of infections. Other companies are halting travel only to specific countries, while some are asking employees to cancel personal trips. It might be frustrating to have to change your plans. It could be even more unnerving if your employer says you can’t return to the office for 14 days — the suspected maximum amount of time before an infected person shows symptoms — if you travel to a highly infected area.
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