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Workers who have been quarantined or isolated due to a workplace exposure or have contracted COVID-19 in the workplace may be entitled to have their lost wages and medical expenses covered by their employer’s workers’ compensation insurance.
Follow these rules for COVID-19-related workers' compensation situations:
Employers that violate the law can be subject to civil penalties imposed by the Department of Consumer and Business Services. Retaliation and discrimination are subject to penalties imposed by the Bureau of Labor and Industries (BOLI).
Workers’ Compensation Division (general questions): 800-452-0288 (toll-free)
Small Business Ombudsman (employer help): 971-283-0997 or 503-329-4260
Ombudsman for Injured Workers (worker help): 800-927-1271 (toll-free)
Oregon Bureau of Labor and Industries, Civil Rights, (retaliation or discrimination): 971-673-0761
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