While prearrival or campus quarantine is not currently required, it is critical that those returning to campus minimize any possible exposure before their arrival and do their best not to bring the virus to campus.
Do not come to campus if any of the following apply:
You have tested positive for COVID-19 within five days prior to your arrival date.
You are experiencing COVID-19-like symptoms.
You should consult your healthcare provider and follow the Instructions for Those Exposed, Symptomatic, or Positive for COVID-19.
Individuals who have tested positive for COVID-19 may not come to campus until they have met the following criteria:
- Five full days have passed (Day 6) since their COVID-19 symptoms first appeared (or since the day they took the test that came back positive for COVID-19 if they are without symptoms), and:
- They never had symptoms or their symptoms have improved and they feel better.
- They have not had a fever for at least 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medicine.
- It is recommended (but not required) that individuals have a negative antigen test prior to coming to campus.
- Individuals must wear a well-fitted mask at all times for five additional days (through Day 10), inside and outside, even if they have tested negative on antigen test(s).