What to Do If You Think You've Been Exposed
- Stay home and contact your supervisor immediately to discuss next steps.
- Avoid public places, including public transportation.
- Immediately call your primary care provider (or local public health agency) to ask for guidance.
- After contacting your care provider, please alert UnitedHealth Group Enterprise Occupational Health in reporting the potential exposure by submitting a case online.
- Continue to stay in regular communication with your manager and your Enterprise Occupational Health contact until you are able to fully return to work or work at home.
How We Are Protecting Our People
Return-to-Office Safety and Cleaning Protocols
Time Off Due to Exposure
Health and Well-being Information and Support
Force Majeure (Unfulfilled Contracts)
Additional Quick Links
Making The Rounds - April 29, 2021
“A critical lesson from India is this pandemic is far from over” – Dr. Wilson
On this episode of Making The Rounds, Dr. Ethan Berke and Dr. Margaret-Mary Wilson outline the latest news from India, how UHG is supporting the response and our path to containing the virus globally. They make sense of the CDC’s new masking guidelines, recap the Johnson & Johnson update and stress the importance of getting vaccinated. Click play now.
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UnitedCARES is a program that helps ease the burden and stress for our UnitedHealth Group team members and their immediate family affected by COVID-19. UnitedCARES is a way for us to demonstrate our values and our culture by serving the mental, physical and emotional health needs of team members during their illness.
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