COVID-19 Resources

  1. County of San Mateo FFCRA Leave Policies-COVID Emergency Sick Leave & Emergency FMLA - All Employees


    COVID-19 Emergency Sick Leave is provided pursuant to the terms and conditions set forth in this policy.  If additional State or Federal legislation or regulations regarding COVID-19 sick leave are enacted or adopted prior to the expiration of this policy on September 30, 2021, the County may revoke or revise this policy as appropriate.

  2. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Policy AFSCME, CNA, SEIU and UAPD

    Effective 4/19/2020-5/30/2020

    This emergency policy addresses employee use of leave and the continuation of work during the current public health emergency. This is a non-precedent setting emergency policy put in place to address the public health emergency caused by COVID-19.

  3. Form to Request FFCRA Emergency COVID-19 Paid Sick Leave-AFSCME-SEIU-CNA-UAPD

    Effective 4/1/2020-4/18/2020

    All employees in AFSCME, SEIU, CNA, UAPD classifications (Permanent, Limited Term and Extra-Help) will receive up to 80 hours of Emergency COVID-19 paid Sick Leave to be used for one of the six reasons defined in the FFCRA policy to address the Public Health Emergency from April 1, 2020 to December 31, 2020. Part time employees will receive a pro-rated amount based on average hours worked

  4. Form to request FFCRA Emergency Expanded FMLA (COVID-19)

    If you are unable to work due to a bona fide need for leave to care for a child whose school or child care provider is closed or unavailable for reasons related to COVID-19 the FFCRA Emergency Expanded FMLA (COVID-19) provides up to an additional 10 weeks of paid expanded family and medical leave at two-thirds the employee’s regular rate of pay for an employee has been employed for at least 30 calendar days.

  5. Sick Leave or Vacation Advance Request Form (COVID-19)

    The County may advance up to 80 hours of paid sick leave or vacation to eligible employees. The advanced paid sick leave can be used for a health related reason associated with COVID 19 (e.g. employee or qualifying family member who requires care is diagnosed or has symptoms consistent with COVID-19; employee has been instructed to quarantine by a healthcare provider; employee has been exposed or is at a high or medium risk level of exposure to someone with confirmed COVID 19 pursuant to CDC guidelines).

  6. COVID-19 Public Health Emergency Policy for DSA-LEU-OSS-PDA-SMCCE-BCTC-Management-Attorney-Confidential

    Effective 4/1/2020-5/30/2020

    This emergency policy addresses employee use of leave and the continuation of work during the current public health emergency. This is a non-precedent setting emergency policy put in place to address the public health emergency caused by COVID-19.

  7. Dental Services- Cigna and DeltaCare HMO

    California Dental Association urged California dentists to voluntarily suspend non-urgent or non-emergency dental care during shelter in place orders.

    However, offices should be available for all emergency dental needs.

    In the event of a dental emergency:

  8. Catastrophic Leave Program

    The Catastrophic Leave Policy is designed to assist employees who have exhausted all paid time credits and exhausted any other paid source (including State Disability Income-SDI) due to a serious or catastrophic illness (including a serious catastrophic response to COVID-19), injury or condition of the employee or his/her extended family.

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