An increasing number of businesses across the country are emerging from lockdown and resuming operations. Yet COVID-19 continues to spread and the death toll keeps ticking upward, approaching 100,000. Public health officials warn that the United States lacks the testing and contact-tracing capabilities to support widespread reopening, which has many workers anxious and uncertain about returning to their jobs. Those being called back to work do have some legal rights and protections amid a dangerous pandemic. We spoke with labor rights lawyers and outplacement firms to find out more. In addition, organizations such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration have weighed in on this critical topic.