Contact case or covid19 case within my company or my entourage
Contact case or covid19 case within my company or my entourageLast update: 03/09/2021
- If you are fully vaccinated and have no symptoms, you can go to your working leu as long as you have performed a PCR test which has been negative. 5 days later you have to do a PCR test again. During your presence in the workplace, it will be necessary to scrupulously respect the barrier gestures.
- If you are not fully vaccinated, or, if you experience symptoms, or, if you have a positive PCR test, you will be placed in professional eviction.
No. You are considered a risky contact case of a person who tested positive for Covid-19, as long as you share the same place of life. In this case, three rules must be respected:
- performing a PCR test within 24 hours
- monitoring your state of health
Even if your PCR test is negative, and you have not had the opportunity to isolate yourself from the positive case, you should also remain in isolation until the patient has recovered. In addition, you should do a PCR test again, either ten days after the patient's symptoms appear, or if the person was asymptomatic seven days after the patient's positive PCR test. If your test is negative again, and there is no evidence of illness, the isolation and professional eviction ends.
In addition, you have to do a PCR test again, either ten days after the patient's symptoms appear or if the person was asymptomatic ten days after the patient's positive PCR test. If your test is negative again, and there is no evidence of illness, the isolation and professional eviction ends.
If you are an employee, the possibility of teleworking must be negotiated with your employer during the period of isolation. If teleworking proves impossible to set up, you can then request a work stoppage.
In the event that the person presents symptoms or is considered to be a "contact-case"
Anyone insured at S.P.M.E. being symptomatic or in case of high-risk contact will have to approach a Liberal Doctor or an Occupational Doctor of the Office of Occupational Medicine (OMT) in order to get an initial work interruption or an extension and warn his hierarchy of the time of absence.
The insured must communicate to S.P.M.E. part 1, duly completed and signed, and to his superiors part 2
- the prescription for an initial interruption of work within 48 hours of the effective interruption of work
- the prescription of the extension of the work interruption no later than 48 hours before the end of the stoppage preceding the new interruption
In the event that the person is tested positive for COVID-19
The person declared positive for Covid-19 must reach his doctor through teleconsultation to get an initial work interruption or an extension of it.
Upon receipt of the prescription, the person must send it in a scanned version by email to [email protected]
At the same time, the doctor must send the person a hard copy of the prescription so that he signs it and then sends part 1 to the S.P.M.E. and part 2 of this document to his hierarchy within the time limits mentioned above.
Note: without a prescription for an initial interruption of work and/or a prescription for its extension by the doctor, the insured's absence from his workstation is declared unjustified and his salary is not paid to him during the duration thereof.
In the event of non-compliance with the aforementioned transmission deadlines of the initial work interruption prescription or its extension, the S.P.M.E. does not cover the absence of the insured for illness. This absence is then unjustified medically and does not give rise to the payment of daily allowances.
Inform your employer quickly of your positive test results, so he or she can contact the Office of Occupational Medicine (OMT) as soon as possible in order to launch an epidemiological investigation of contact cases in the work environment.
An employer cannot ask to receive the results of the PCR tests of his or her employees. The employer can contact the office of occupational medicine (OMT) to obtain confirmation of the possible response of the work of its employees following the epidemiological investigation carried out.
Your employer cannot oblige you to have a test.
If you are asymptomatic or a non-contact case and wish to be tested, you must make an appointment with a private laboratory for a PCR test.