Reporting on COVID-19 symptoms, exposure and testing is essential to the health and safety of our community. The following guide can help you determine whether to self-report.
You must self-report your status if you fall into any of the following groups. Note that you must self-report your status, even after you've been vaccinated.
- You are experiencing coronavirus symptoms.
- You have had prolonged contact in close proximity of 6 feet or less with someone who has a confirmed case of COVID-19, whether wearing masks or not, for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period.
- Healthcare providers who have had protected contact with COVID-19 patients while wearing respiratory PPE, such as N95 masks, do not need to self-report.
- You are under quarantine by direction of a public health agency or medical provider.
- Quarantine is a 14-day safety measure in place for individuals exposed to a COVID-19-confirmed
person, in case symptoms develop during the incubation period of the virus.
- You recently pursued testing for COVID-19 due to exposure or because you were experiencing COVID-like symptoms.
- You must not be present on campus until your test results are received. You may work remotely if you are able, with supervisory approval, while awaiting your results.
- You have tested positive or are presumptively positive for COVID-19, and/or are in isolation.
- Isolation is a 10-day prevention measure to keep COVID-19-positive
or presumptively positive individuals from spreading the virus to others.
After submitting your self-report, let your supervisor/unit head know and stay home until contacted with further instructions. Follow the recommendations of the CU Anschutz Contact Tracing Team, public health agency and/or medical provider.
Questions? Contact Cody Coburn, RN, Occupational Health Division Manager, at firstname.lastname@example.org or
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