Government Executive: The House passed legislation on Wednesday that would outline the public health protocols federal agencies must include in their return to office plans amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The House approved by voice vote the “Chai Suthammanont Remembrance Act,” which was named after a federal employee in Virginia who died of complications from the coronavirus in May. Five Senate Democrats introduced a companion version in the Senate on Wednesday as well. Over the last few months, federal employees who were teleworking during the pandemic have started to return to their workplaces, which has been marred with some confusion and complications in some instances.
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