Chronic Illness and Long COVID in the Workplace | The American College or Trust and Estate Counsel



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The Government Accountability Office estimates up to 23 million people in the US could develop “Long COVID,” potentially pushing an estimated 1 million people out of work. This video talks about the issues with a Long COVID sufferer and an employment law specialist to better understand the chronic illness and discuss the health and work impacts.
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In this video:
00:00 Introduction
00:28 Long COVID in the workplace
01:49 Experience with Long COVID
04:03 Long COVID's impact on work
06:37 How the law protects persons with disabilities in the workplace
07:40 Is Long COVID considered a disability under the ADA
08:26 Awareness of Long COVID
10:08 What employers should know about Long COVID
11:50 Final thoughts regarding Long COVID
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