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2022 COVID-19 SUPPLEMENTAL PAID SICK LEAVE EXTENDED THROUGH DECEMBER 31, 2022
On September 30, 2022, Governor Newsom signed Assembly Bill 152 into law extending the COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (SPSL). The new law goes into effect September 30, 2022, and expires December 31, 2022.
AB 152 does not provide employees with any additional SPSL hours nor does it change the qualifying reasons for which employees may use SPSL established under SB 114.
Departments are to follow established procedures and guidelines for employees with available SPSL for qualifying reasons from either leave bank, up to 40 hours each through December 31, 2022 (pay codes SPSL and LSB). All leave remains subject to maximum caps, set forth by SB 114.
If an employee has already used all of their SPSL earlier this year, they do not receive any additional hours.
For additional information, please view the following:
Quarantine Requirements - SJC Public Health Officer Emergency Quarantine Order (Updated 04/11/2022)
Isolation Requirements - SJC Public Health Officer Emergency Isolation Order (Updated 05/16/2022)
CDPH Guidance for the Use of Face Masks (Updated 09/20/2022)
Training Video: Voluntary Use of Filtering Face Piece Respirator N95
Updated Guidance on COVID Leave Law - SB 95 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave (5/13/2021)
2021 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Flyer (DIR)
Request for Leave related to COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave form (5/13/2021)
COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave Overview (5/13/2021)
Human Resources Update COVID-19
Employee Rights Paid Sick Leave And Expanded Family And Medical Leave Under The Families First Coronavirus Response Act
State Announces San Joaquin County in Tier 2 (Red Tier) - Substantial
CDPH has provided new guidance on outdoor playgrounds and recreation facilities
Update on California's Pandemic Roadmap
San Joaquin Officials Update County Stay at Home Order
Order Of The San Joaquin County Public Health Officer Implementing The August 28 2020 Directives Of The California State Public Health Officer Regarding Brewpubs Bars Breweries And Pubs
Order Of The San Joaquin County Public Health Officer Implementing The August 28 2020 Directives Of The Governor Of California And The California State Public Health Officer
Telework Guidance During Regional Stay-At-Home Order
April 14th 2020 Board of Supervisors Meeting
Implement HR 6201 and Authorize Modifications to Sick Leave in Accordance with Qualifying COVID-19 Reasons and Leave Accrual Policies
Human Resources Response COVID-19
Receive Staff Presentation Regarding San Joaquin County Essential Services and Approve the Temporary Closure and Adjustment of Service Hours to the Public for County Departments
Resolution Approving San Joaquin County Essential Services And Approving Temporary Closure And Adjustment Of Services Hours To The Public For County Departments
If you have any questions that are not answered in the FAQ's section, please feel free to contact us at SJCCOVID19employeeinfo@sjgov.org.