NFHA Fair Housing Act COVID-19 Notice
People who currently have COVID-19, those who have a history of having the virus, and those who are perceived as having the virus may be protected against housing discrimination under long-standing interpretations of the Fair Housing Act and other civil rights laws.
While there is currently much that remains unknown about COVID-19 and its effects on a person’s functions, people suffering from COVID-19 may have a disability as defined by the federal Fair Housing Act and state or local laws. In addition, family members who live with and people who care for those who have COVID-19 are protected by the same laws.
Therefore, housing discrimination such as the unlawful denial of housing, inquiries about whether a person has COVID-19, or imposition of limitations in access to housing or housing-related services because of COVID-19 may constitute illegal discrimination.
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