Department of Administrative Services

​The following resources relate to state employees and the enterprise of state government. The Oregon Health Authority remains the best source for information about coronavirus cases, prevention and outbreak resp​onse.​​

Employee FAQ

​Education about the COVID-19 vaccine

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Click here to locate vaccine providers, schedule appoints with a pharmacy, or find vaccine events in your community.​​​​

N95 information​


​​Experiencing COVID-19 symptoms

​Yes, a supervisor, after consultation with their management team and Human Resources, may tell an employee to go home if they believe the employee is a health hazard to themselves or others.​​

​Yes, if management has reason to believe an employee may be a health hazard to themselves or others, and after consultation with Human Resources, they may require a release in order to return to work.​​

If management sends an employee home, the agency will pay the employee for the remainder of the shift for that day only. This applies to both FLSA Exempt and Non-Exempt employees. An employee will be notified if a release to return to work is required prior to returning.


Afterwards, accrued leave is to be used according to policy or collective bargaining agreement. If leave accruals are exhausted, employees may request approved leave without pay as outlined in policy or collective bargaining agreement.​

​If management sends an employee home, the agency will pay the employee for the remainder of the shift for that day only. This applies to both FLSA Exempt and Non-Exempt employees. An employee will be notified if a release to return to work is required prior to returning.


Afterwards, accrued leave is to be used according to policy or collective bargaining agreement. If leave accruals are exhausted, employees may request approved leave without pay as outlined in policy or collective bargaining agreement.
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