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New York COVID-19 Sick Leave: Final New York Budget Developments (April, 2024)

As noted in our prior Legal Briefing from January, 2024 (https://www.lawpf.com/post/new-york-covid-19-sick-leave-new-developments), Governor Hochul’s Fiscal Year 2025 Executive Budget proposed to eliminate New York’s existing COVID-19 Sick Leave Law that required covered employers to provide sick leave/paid family leave and related benefits for employees who have been subject to a mandatory or precautionary order of quarantine or isolation due to COVID-19.


While the final version of the Executive Budget did eliminate the COVID-19 Sick Leave Law, the existing benefits will not expire until July 31, 2025, instead of the originally proposed July 31, 2024 date.



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