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CDC Finalizes Employee Health Guidelines for Healthcare Worker Infections

06:34 EDT 31 Oct 2019 | Relias Media

The CDC has finalized new infection control guidelines for healthcare workers, putting the onus on hospital administration to provide employee health resources to prevent recurrent problems like presenteeism. The longstanding problem of presenteeism was recently documented in a study that showed that healthcare staff in nine hospitals worked an average of two days with upper respiratory symptoms during flu seasons.

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