It depends. Currently, the State of Oregon does not have requirements for domestic travel for most employees (if you provide direct patient care, contact OHR. Special guidance may apply in those situations). There is a CDC requirement for 2 weeks of self-isolation for anyone coming back into the US after international travel.
If an employee travels domestically on vacation and maintains physical distancing of at least 6 ft, consistently wears face coverings, regularly washes their hands, and has no COVID-19 symptoms then they do not need to self-quarantine and may return to work right away.
If these preventative measures cannot be maintained, we can explore remote work (if that’s possible for your position) or you will need to work with OHR and your supervisor to come up with a return to work plan. For example, for employees who can work from home temporarily, that may be the best way to allow for 10-14 days to pass before coming to campus. For employees who cannot work remotely, additional vacation time may be used (if the leave was voluntary, such as for a vacation, we would not use sick leave). Employees may always consult with their medical provider and request a letter from their medical provider advising they return to work, or get a COVID-19 test and present negative test results.