Yes, you will likely receive unemployment benefits for the weeks you are required to quarantine. You will be considered “available to work" if you are:
- Asked to self-quarantine by your health care provider, employer, or public health official due to possible risk of exposure to, or spread of COVID-19, even if you are not sick.
- Home sick because of COVID-19 or a condition with similar flu-like symptoms and you have not turned down an offer of work since you first stayed home due to the sickness.
- Hospitalized or in other institutionalized care due to COVID-19, but for less than half of the week, and you did not turn down an offer to work that week.