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What measures are being taken to protect our children and teachers?

Campus child care centers are following very stringent, important guidelines. They also continue to deploy hygiene best practices and preventive measures. Additionally, we are closely monitoring practices shared by the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), County Public Health…

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I used up my allotted 10 days of my back-up care benefit, what additional resources does the WorkLife Office offer?

If you already used up your 10 days of Back-Up Care (BUCA), you may still access Bright Horizons Additional Family Supports, but pay for the services out of pocket. Bright Horizons Additional Family Supports gives you free membership access to …

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Should my external business partners still conduct meetings on campus?

Due to the Santa Clara County shelter-in-place order that took effect on March 17, only essential services should be conducted on campus. External business partners should use phone or Zoom video conferencing to conduct business.

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If the university, the County or a healthcare provider requires me to quarantine and my work cannot be done from home, what options do I have?

If you are not sick, but are required to quarantine due to possible exposure, and cannot perform your work from home, you may be eligible for quarantine pay.  If you are required to self-isolate because you are sick or…

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What should I do if I test positive for COVID-19, have been exposed to someone who tested positive, or I am experiencing COVID-like symptoms?

Faculty, staff, and postdocs, who have been onsite within the past two weeks or are expected onsite and are experiencing COVID-like symptoms or have close-contact to someone who tested positive for COVID, must notify Stanford via …

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Should employees who show any sign of illness (e.g. runny nose, sore throat) self-isolate?

Due to COVID-19 and the Santa Clara County shelter-in-place order, only essential employees should be reporting to Stanford facilities. Employees feeling unwell and/or showing signs of illness that are expected to be on campus either partially or fully to do…

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