For employers with at least 25 employees, the Oregon Family Leave Act provides up to 12 weeks of unpaid leave for any “serious health condition” the employee/a family member develops, but “serious health condition” generally means something that requires inpatient hospital care or poses an “imminent danger of death.” ORS 659A.150(6). Even if a mild case of coronavirus is not a “serious health condition,” note that OFLA also covers leave “[t]o care for a child of the employee who is suffering from an illness, injury or condition that is not a serious health condition but that requires home care.” ORS 659A.159(1)(d). Any adverse action (e.g. termination) because the employee inquired about, requested, or took leave that is protected under OFLA would be illegal retaliation. ORS 659A.183. OFLA does not protect an employee who has to take time off because a child’s school is closed if the child (or another family member) is not sick.