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Bring Huskies Home - The Full Husky Experience Fall 2021

Employees

Husky Health Check

We ask that prior to coming to campus that employees continue to be mindful of personal health and safety practices. Every employee should build the Husky Health Check into daily routines. This is an overall self-evaluation of a person's current health. Take a look at our What to do if you test positive for COVID-19 (PDF) or What to Do scenarios from Human Resources (PDF) for more. 

The Husky Health Check will help individuals identify if they are experiencing the following:

  • A fever (100.4 degrees or higher), or a sense of having a fever or feeling feverish (Chills or sweating).
  • A new cough.
  • A new shortness of breath.
  • A new sore throat.
  • Muscle aches that cannot be attributed to another medical condition or is not caused by a specific activity such as physical exercise.
  • A new headache.
  • New loss of smell or taste.
  • Vomiting or diarrhea.
  • New onset of nasal congestion or runny nose, not associated with allergies.
  • If under evaluation for COVID-19 due to exposure or contact with someone with COVID-19 and/or experiencing symptoms (e.g. waiting for results of a viral test to confirm infection).
  • If diagnosed with COVID-19 and not yet cleared to continue isolation.

Please stay home if you are feeling ill. Reduce your risk of catching or spreading illness, stay home if you feel sick and take care of yourself, even if your symptoms are mild. Avoid coming to  campus and public transportation.   

If you have additional questions, or need additional information, check with the Department of Human Resources.

If employees wish to do so, they can request that visitors to their private office wear a mask. Employees must use the sign template below to post on their office door if they wish to ask visitors to their private offices to mask: Please Wear a Mask in My Office Sign (PDF)

This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19.
Revised:
8/11/2022

 

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