Two workers at the SEC’s Washington headquarters may have the new coronavirus, an agency official said in a court filing.
The Securities and Exchange Commission’s Enforcement Division has implemented an emergency policy of “either requiring or strongly encouraging telework for its personnel, depending on their individual circumstances and each employee’s physical proximity to the workstations of two suspected COVID-19 cases,” David Mendel, an SEC assistant chief litigation counsel, said in a letter to U.S. District Judge Alvin Hellerstein in New York March 13.
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