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3 hours ago · “I know I speak for everyone in the Bonaventure family when I offer prayers for healing ... saying the university should not have charged full tuition rates when most of the ... The college is also increasing its testing of students to twice weekly,  ...
23 hours ago · University Health Services offers regular COVID-19 screening for students and those ... you are only required to be current with your testing when on campus.
11 hours ago · Seven sites across campus are available this week for Texas A&M students, faculty and staff to get a COVID-19 test. Students should read this FAQ to learn ...
8 hours ago · I am a student who will be living on-campus during the spring semester. Students who will be living in UD ... What should I do when I return to campus? Beginning Jan. 3, 2021, when the ... What is the status of testing for COVID-19 at UD?
6 hours ago · Faculty and students in the university's health care program, health care center ... California school campuses could be future mass vaccination sites for their local ... Studies show Covid-19 spreads in schools when rates, hospitalizations high ... Covid-19 spread, as long as rates of positive tests and hospitalizations in the ... Coronavirus · What California's color-coded ... · Newsom offers $2 billion plan ...

Common questions

When is COVID-19 testing at schools not recommended?
If a school is implementing a testing strategy, testing should be offered on a voluntary basis. It is unethical and illegal to test someone who does not want to be tested, including students whose parents or guardians do not want them to be tested. It is not recommended to retest individuals who have tested positive and do not have symptoms for COVID-19 for up to 3 months from their last positive test. Data currently suggest that some individuals test persistently positive due to residual virus material but are unlikely to be infectious. Parents or guardians may request documentation from their health care provider to indicate the date and type of the student's most recent COVID-19 test.
Are schools expected to screen all students and staff for symptoms of COVID-19?
CDC does not currently recommend universal in-person symptom screenings (screening all students grades K-12) be conducted by schools because symptoms of COVID-19 can be similar to those of many other infectious and chronic diseases, and because some people with the virus that causes COVID-19 are asymptomatic. Refer to Screening K-12 Students for Symptoms of COVID-19: Limitations and Considerations for more information. Parents, guardians, and caregivers are encouraged to monitor their children for signs of infectious illness every day. Students who have symptoms or who have had a close contact or potential exposure to someone with COVID-19 should not attend school in-person. Staff should self-screen prior to being onsite. Depending on the school policy, parents, guardians, or caregivers, and staff may be asked to report this information to the school’s designated point of contact.
How effective is screening students to help prevent COVID-19?
Symptom screening will fail to identify some students who have the virus that causes COVID-19. Symptom screening cannot identify people with the virus that causes COVID-19 who are asymptomatic (do not have symptoms) or pre-symptomatic (have not developed signs or symptoms yet but will later). Others might have symptoms that are so mild that they might not notice them. Children infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 are more likely than adults to be asymptomatic or to have only mild symptoms. The exact percentage of children infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 who are asymptomatic is still unknown, but recent large studies have suggested that around 16% of infected children do not develop symptoms. This means that even if schools attempt to screen for all known COVID-19 symptoms, asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic students with the virus will not be identified and could potentially pass it to others.
Should a student quarantine if he/she was in close contact with another student with COVID-19?
Yes. A close contact of someone with COVID-19 should quarantine, even if they were wearing a mask. For more information on close contacts and who should quarantine, visit CDC’s When to Quarantine page. CDC recommends community use of masks, specifically non-valved, multi-layer cloth masks, to prevent transmission of SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19). Masks offer some protection to the wearer and also act as a barrier to prevent spreading the virus to others in case someone is unknowingly infected with the virus that causes COVID-19. How well masks prevent spread of COVID-19 likely depends on the type of fabric, the number of layers of fabric, and how the masks fit; CDC continues to study these factors. Therefore, the determination of close contact should be made regardless of whether the person with COVID-19 or the contact was wearing a mask.
For informational purposes only. Consult your local medical authority for health advice.
21 hours ago · May I take a student job on campus or remotely? ... students on leave that they could ... the community's testing capacity. ... When a student job is posted, ...
5 hours ago · Sign in Lerner Hall reads: COVID-19 Testing, Enter Only, By Appointment. Get Tested ... Medical Center students: Contact CUIMC Student Health Service. Faculty and staff should call their primary care provider. If You Test Positive from an ...
7 hours ago · 18, 96 university members have tested positive; 74 tested positive the week before. ... All students living in Madison and all employees who work on campus should be ... wash hands frequently, stay home when sick, and wear a mask in public.
2 hours ago · Michel Nussenzweig at the Rockefeller University in New York City and his colleagues ... Levels of antibodies to SARS-CoV-2 often wane in the months following ... Rapid COVID-19 tests that trade away a degree of reliability for speed could ... to 2,002 in September — the month when students began in- person classes ...
14 hours ago · Overall test positivity rate was 0.9%; 2.6% of students tested positive. ... by bringing together a student-friendly, harm reduction approach to COVID-19 testing ... Testing should be implemented alongside a system that integrates multiple data ... infection and encourages students to come in for low-barrier testing when needed.
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