I need a draft mail to inform a covid positive employee to include the following points.
1) 27 days passed but he is not recovered fully so management decided that he will be on paid leave till he is not get fully recovered.
2) to resume his duties he has to submit a doctor certificate showing fully fit.
3) get well soon

From India, Noida
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Kindly make an attempt to draft a suitable letter and put up in this Forum, for comments of the learned experts in this group; which will also provide an opportunity to improvise your written communication as well.
From India, Aizawl

Thanks for Suggestion @ P Radhakrishnan. This is draft from my side..
Dear Candidate,
Your health and safety are our priority. We are continuously assessing your health since the last 20 days.
It has been overserved that you are not fully recovered till now. Management has made the decision that you will be on paid leave until you recover.
We wish for good health safety and well-being by you and your family.
Have the speediest of recoveries!
Do not hesitate to get in touch with us in case of any help.

From India, Noida

I hope you are addressing to one of your employees.

Hence draft should be as


Dear Mr/Ms...

We are sorry to note that you have fallen prey to the pandemic Covid-19. We are continuously assessing your health condition, for the last --- days . We have now noticed that you are not yet recovered fully from the pandemic disease, and that you need to take complete rest with prescribed medicines and diet, to enable you to recoup fully well.

====Your health and safety are our priorities. .====(optional)

Management has, therefore, taken a decision to grant you paid leave from .. , until you recover fully.

In case you require any help of any sort, please do not hesitate to contact undersigned or any of your colleagues in the department.

Get well soon.

With regards,

Yours sincerely,




From India, Aizawl

@ P Radhakrishan Narir ..Thanks a lot sir..
From India, Noida

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