Here’s where return-to-office plans stand now

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“This is an unprecedented, once-in-a-century public health emergency, and things are, unfortunately, in flux,” said Bob Bollinger, a professor of infectious diseases at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine and inventor of the emocha Health app.

“We must deal with the data as it comes in and make adjustments as needed.”

Legally, if an employee has a medical issue, they have a right to request a reasonable accommodation, which may be to stay home, according to David Barron, a labor and employment attorney at the law firm Cozen O’Connor.