The County of Santa Clara recommends that positive individuals should remain in isolation in accordance with the 10/1 paradigm, or until 10 days after symptom onset, fever has resolved for more than 24 hours (without fever-reducing medication), and other…Read full answer about How long will someone who has TESTED POSITIVE be restricted from coming on-site?
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When an individual, who tested positive for COVID-19, has been onsite during their infectious period, the Stanford University Occupational Health Center (OHC) and Vaden Health Services will ask them to help identify potential high-risk close contacts. What’s a high-risk close…Read full answer about When will Stanford conduct contact tracing?
Due to privacy concerns, Stanford will NOT automatically disclose the name of an individual who tested positive to their PI/Supervisor. In some cases, a Medical Support Team clinician may need to disclose the name of the employee who tested positive…Read full answer about Will the identity of the individual who TESTED POSITIVE be shared?
Stanford faculty, staff, postdocs, and student employees, who are working on campus, are required to report their positive test results via Health Check.Read full answer about How does Stanford learn if University employees TEST POSITIVE for COVID-19?
Effective August 2 at midnight, all Stanford employees, students and visitors – regardless of COVID-19 vaccination status – will be required to wear face coverings while indoors on campus. This decision is based on guidance from the Santa…Read full answer about When do I need to wear a face covering or practice social distancing when working at or visiting a Stanford location?
Yes, you are allowed to wear a personally owned cloth face covering. There are several options for face coverings, as long as they cover the nose and mouth. Face coverings can be made of a variety of cloth materials, such…Read full answer about Can I wear my own face covering?
If you are feeling stressed or overwhelmed...Read full answer about I’m worried about my overall well-being and prevention strategies. How can I manage stress during this time?
All Vaden operations remain open. Counseling and Psychological Services, the Confidential Support Team, and Weiland Health Initiative are in the process of adding an option for Zoom services, at least for students located in California. Details are being worked out at this…Read full answer about Will Vaden remain open?
Stanford Bookstore’s priority is to ensure that the Stanford community has the textbooks and other items it needs as it moves to virtual instruction. Students may purchase various formats of course materials, supplies, and electronics online by going to …Read full answer about How will I be able to get my course materials?
At the present time, our transfer credit and reduced course load policies remain in place.Read full answer about Will Stanford relax its policies for transfer credits and reduced course loads?