Charisse Jones, USA TODAY Published 1:02 p.m. ET March 11, 2020 | Updated 3:23 p.m. ET March 11, 2020CLOSEStarbucks is offering catastrophe pay to any employees who’ve been exposed to COVID-19, as well as those who haven’t been but are most vulnerable to becoming ill.The company said in a blog Wednesday that any worker who’s been diagnosed or come into contact with the virus can get up to 14 days of catastrophe pay to enable them to take off work and stay home.If employees need more time off after that two-week period, they can continue to access pay for up to 26 weeks. The benefit also goes further. Employees who haven’t been exposed to someone diagnosed with the virus, but who are experiencing fever, a cough or other symptoms associated with it, are advised to stay home and not return to work until they go without symptoms for 24 hours. They can tap into catastrophe pay for a three-day period.And employees who are at least 60 years old, or who have underlying conditions like heart disease or diabetes which health officials say makes them more vulnerable to the virus, can also access up to two weeks of catastrophe pay if they


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