We have an employee who does not want to come to work because of the COVID-19 pandemic. He is not showing any symptoms or feeling sick, he just doesn't want to be around anyone at this time. If we let him stay home and keep his job available to him, we fear that will only cause a domino effect and other employees will want to do the same. What can we do in this situation? Do we have to keep his job open for him? Another concern is how unemployment will play into this. We've checked the Texas Workforce site but there is no mention of what to do if the employee doesn't want to work even though we are open. As you know, we are an essential business, we are open for business and we have no plans of closing, furloughing, laying off, etc. Any guidance you can give will be greatly appreciated.