COVID Testing and Public Health Guidance

Updated April 21, 2022

The following is guidance on what to do if you have tested positive for COVID-19, come into contact with someone else who has tested positive, or have symptoms of COVID-19 for:  

If you are experiencing a medical emergency, call 911 immediately.

See the footnote for explanations of the terms: close contact1 and up to date with vaccines2

I am a University Employee


I am a Graduate or Undergraduate Student On-Campus (I Utilize UHS as my Primary Care Provider while on Campus) 


I am a Graduate or Undergraduate Student Living Off-campus


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1Close contact: having been within approximately six feet someone infected with COVID-19 for 15 minutes or more cumulatively over a 24 hour period; close contact can occur while caring for, living with, visiting, or sharing a room with a COVID‐19 case; or having direct contact with infectious secretions of a COVID‐19-infected person (e.g., being coughed on). Close contacts are identified by the local Health Department and/or your healthcare provider. For students, UHS is your primary care provider while you are on campus, so we will notify you if you are a close contact of anyone who we know has tested positive for COVID-19. 
2Up to date with vaccines: have received both initial vaccines and have received booster doses, if eligible.