b'Youre too sick to work if:You have diarrhea, vomiting, or jaundiceYou have a diagnosed infection that can be spread through contact with food. (Examples include E. coli, Hepatitis A, Shigella, or Salmonella)You have infected, uncovered woundsYoure continually coughing, sneezing, or wiping your runny noseIts your duty to tell the Person in Charge at your workplace if you are sick. When you are sick, you should go home. If its not possible for you to go home immediately, you can be put to work with duties that dont involve preparing food or being near clean food contact surfaces. Acceptable duties for a sick person who cant go home include taking out the trash, cleaning restrooms, bussing tables, mopping, or sweeping.31'