ATLANTA —The restaurant industry may have to rethink its sick-leave policies because the usual, current procedures pose a significant risk to public health, operators learned during a conference here on the runaway dangers of viral infections. The research behind those findings could foster support for measures long resisted by the industry, including paid sick leave and viral inoculations of all food handlers—if not all young people. ...

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