On-campus COVID-19 testing with Color Genomics is required twice weekly (specifically, every three days) for students living on campus or coming to campus frequently. Students who are on campus occasionally are required to take a test on the day they…Read full answer about What are the current COVID-19 testing requirements for students?
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Effective May 2, 2021, routine surveillance testing for vendors, contractors and affiliates coming to campus will become voluntary. Individuals in these categories who have not yet been vaccinated are encouraged to test through their health care provider, at one of…Read full answer about Are Stanford contractors, interns, vendors and affiliates eligible for the testing program?
“Surveillance” testing refers to regular testing for individuals who are not experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms. Surveillance testing is provided for free to students, faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars, and is an added safeguard to minimizing the spread of COVID-19. …Read full answer about What is the surveillance testing program?
Faculty, Staff and Postdocs can contact the SU Occupational Health Center by phone at (650) 725-5308 or by email at email@example.com.Students can contact Vaden Health Services.SHC or patient-facing employees can contact Stanford Hospital Occupational Health…Read full answer about Who can I contact if I have outstanding questions if someone in my workspace TESTED POSITIVE or FELT ILL?
No — the workspace does not need to be closed. Personnel should continue to wear face coverings, maintain distance from others, practice good hand hygiene, and routinely clean and disinfect shared work surfaces before each use. Tips on how to…Read full answer about Does the workspace need to be closed if someone in the space FELT ILL and was unable to report onsite?
It’s important to note that the university has implemented measures to minimize the risk of person-to-person transmission of germs on campus. All who are inside buildings wear face coverings, observe physical distancing, and are encouraged to frequently wash or sanitize…Read full answer about Someone in a shared workspace FELT ILL and left immediately, but other personnel are concerned. What information should the other personnel know?
Stanford faculty, staff and student employees must follow the department’s standard process for reporting an absence from work. In addition, they should talk to their PI/Supervisor/local HR to determine whether they are allowed to work remotely if they are feeling…Read full answer about When an individual reports their SYMPTOMS via Health Check, what is the process that follows?
The individual should resubmit their Health Check as soon as possible to report their symptoms. Health Check will indicate if they are or are not approved to be onsite. A clinician from the Medical Support Team (Stanford University…Read full answer about Someone in my workplace has started to FEEL ILL while at work. What will they need to do?
Stanford faculty, staff, postdocs and student employees who are working on campus are required to complete a Health Check submission every day they are expected to be working onsite. In addition, employees who begin feeling ill after being onsite…Read full answer about How does Stanford learn of faculty, staff, students or postdocs who are ILL or experiencing COVID-19-LIKE SYMPTOMS?
If an employee (faculty, staff, student employee, or postdoc) reported through HealthCheck that they tested positive for COVID-19, and was onsite during their infectious period, the following individuals are informed: The Principal Investigator (PI) / Supervisor PIs/ Supervisors are…Read full answer about If someone TESTED POSITIVE for COVID-19 at work, who will be informed?