Most Californians get 2 weeks of paid sick leave under new COVID-19 law signed by Gavin Newsom

SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Millions of California workers will get up to two weeks of supplemental paid sick leave to take time off to get vaccinated, isolate themselves from potential exposure to the coronavirus, or deal with the effects of COVID-19, under a bill signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom Friday. “Paid sick leave gives workers the time they need to care for themselves and loved ones while keeping their coworkers, families and communities safe,” Newsom said in a statement. ““Even as case rates and hospitalizations decline and vaccinations ramp up, we can’t let our guard down and must do all we can…

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