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The Statutory Sick Pay (Coronavirus) (Suspension of Waiting Days and General Amendment) Regulations 2020

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Regulation 3(4)

SCHEDULEE+W+SSCHEDULE TO BE INSERTED IN THE STATUTORY SICK PAY (GENERAL) REGULATIONS 1982

Commencement Information

I1Sch. in force at 28.3.2020, see reg. 1

Regulation 2(1)

SCHEDULE E+W+SISOLATION DUE TO CORONAVIRUS

1.  A person is isolating himself from other people in such a manner as to prevent infection or contamination with coronavirus in accordance with this Schedule if he is doing so pursuant to paragraphs 2 to 5.

2.  The person has symptoms of coronavirus, however mild, and is staying at home for 7 days, beginning with the day (“day 1”) the symptoms started.

3.  The person lives with someone who is isolating himself in accordance with paragraph 2, and that person is staying at home for 14 days, beginning with day 1.

4.  The person is staying at home under paragraph 3 and develops the symptoms of coronavirus, however mild, and is staying at home for 7 days, beginning with the day the symptoms started.

5.  Where the person is staying at home pursuant to paragraph 4, paragraph 3 no longer applies to that person.

6.  In this Schedule–

Chief Medical Officer” means—

(a)

the Chief Medical Officer of the Department of Health and Social Care; and

(b)

the Officer with corresponding functions in relation to Scotland and Wales;

Deputy Chief Medical Officer” is to be construed by reference to the definition of “Chief Medical Officer”; and

symptoms of coronavirus” means the recent onset of —

(a)

a continuous cough;

(b)

a high temperature;

(c)

both a continuous cough and a high temperature; or

(d)

any other symptoms of coronavirus as may be specified by the Chief Medical Officer or one of the Deputy Chief Medical Officers in guidance as amended from time to time.

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