Chancellor's Message

Stay Vigilant and Self-Report, 12-14-20

Dear students, faculty and staff,

With COVID-19 cases spiking here and around the country, including a recent outbreak on our campus, it is essential that all of us follow safety and screening protocols to the letter. 

  • First and foremost, you must self-report your status if you may have been exposed to a COVID-positive individual, if you develop symptoms, or if you test positive, whether on campus or off. Learn more about self-reporting here.
  • Second, those approved for on-campus activity must complete the daily health questionnaire fully, honestly and accurately
  • Lastly, if you are unsure whether you may be experiencing COVID-19-like symptoms or may have been exposed, err on the side of caution and mark “yes” on the attestation form. This is not a time for assuming that allergies or other factors are the cause of COVID-19-like symptoms.

The CU Anschutz Contact Tracing team is here to help. They follow up directly with every individual who self-reports or indicates potential symptoms or exposure on the daily health questionnaire. Please do your part, and let our team do its part to ensure your safety and the safety of our community.

I also encourage you to take advantage of free COVID-19 testing through December 31. Learn more and schedule your test here.

As always, be sure to take the steps we know work. Wear a mask. Wash your hands frequently. Keep your distance. Avoid gathering with anyone outside your household. Stay home when you are sick. 

I urge you to do the right thing, both on campus and off. With your help, we will keep #CUAnschutzTogether.

Don Elliman

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