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COVID-19 and Long COVID-19

The U.S. Department of Labor is committed to protecting the health and safety of America's workers and providing resources to help them respond to and recover from the Coronavirus pandemic.

Find resources below for Workers, Employers, Youth and Policymakers.

Workers



What is Long COVID-19?

Long COVID-19 is a range of symptoms that can last weeks or months after first being infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has more information and a list of symptoms associated with the condition.

Are you experiencing long-term symptoms of COVID-19? Contact the Job Accommodation Network to learn about workplace flexibilities, tools and accommodations that can help you keep working during your recovery.


White House Long COVID-19 Webinar

Agency representatives provide information about resources and accommodations and clarify the rights for health and educational services and supports.

FACT SHEET: Biden-⁠Harris Administration Resources to Support Individuals with Long COVID

View the administration's fact sheet offering guidance for people with long COVID on their rights and protections under federal disability laws and regulations.



Youth and Young Adults

  • Services, Accommodations and Other Daily Supports

    ODEP funds the Center for Advancing Policy on Employment for Youth (CAPE-Youth), which seeks to improve employment outcomes for youth and young adults with disabilities by helping states improve their youth service delivery and workforce systems.


Employers

  • Keeping Remote Work Accessible to All

    ODEP funds the Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology (PEAT), which has developed resources that focus on inclusive telework policies and technologies.



Policymakers

  • State and Local Governments

    ODEP’s State Exchange on Employment & Disability (SEED) is a unique state-federal collaboration that supports state and local governments in adopting and implementing inclusive policies and best practices that lead to increased employment opportunities for people with disabilities.


  • Services, Accommodations and Other Daily Supports for Youth and Young Adults with Disabilities

    ODEP funds the Center for Advancing Policy on Employment for Youth (CAPE-Youth), which seeks to improve employment outcomes for youth and young adults with disabilities by helping states improve their youth service delivery and workforce systems.