Health Monitoring

Before leaving home for work or study each day, all individuals should check for symptoms using the COVID-19 screening checklist. Anyone who is experiencing any symptom(s) indicated on the screening checklist must not go to class or work and should contact their health care provider.

Environment, Health and Safety has a screening checklist and other resources for employees.

Campus Health has a screening checklist and other resources for students.

The University Guideline on Health Monitoring outlines the responsibility of students, faculty and staff to carefully monitor their health every day before coming to campus.

COVID-19 Screening Checklist

  • Do you have  new muscle aches  not related to another medical condition or another specific activity (e.g. due to physical exercise)?
  • Do you feel like you may have a  temperature of greater than 100.0°F?
  • Do you have  sore throat, runny nose and/or congestion  not related to another medical condition (e.g. allergies)?
  • Do you have a  new or worsening cough  that is not related to another medical condition?
  • Do you have  shortness of breath  that is not attributable to another medical condition?
  • Do you have  recent (<5 days) loss of smell and taste?
  • Do you have new onset of  vomiting or diarrhea  not related to another medical condition?
  • Have you had  recent close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19?

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, immediately self-isolate and contact your medical provider or if you are a student contact Campus Health. Please do not attend class, work or other campus activities.