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Testing, Monitoring, and Quarantine

Health monitoring is a critical way to understand risks and help prevent disease spread

The University is helping the on-campus community stay safe through testing, screening, surveillance, contact tracing, and quarantine/isolation measures. This program involves:

  • A combination of symptom tracking of all students, faculty, and staff
  • Initial testing of all students living on campus, using an established priority order based upon departure location/point of origin and of any symptomatic individuals
  • Contact tracing of all positive cases
  • Random COVID-19 testing among the student population

You can reference the University’s COVID-19 dashboard to see the latest data related to testing results and confirmed cases across all University of Rochester campuses.


Explore the latest updates

Students
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January 7, 2021 | 09:34 am

Plan for spring semester student arrivals

Details on the COVID-19 testing and quarantine requirements that many students will need to fulfill before they can begin their in-person spring semester.

topics: All Students, Health Monitoring, Housing, International Students, January 2021, Spring 2021,
Faculty and Staff
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February 25, 2021 | 12:47 pm

Vaccinated? Here are the important things to keep doing on campus

Everyone who has already received the COVID vaccine must remain committed and accountable to the semester’s pandemic protocols that mitigate COVID infection and transmission.

topics: All Students, February 2021, Health Monitoring, Human Resources, PPE, Vaccine,
Faculty and Staff
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February 9, 2021 | 09:20 am

Urgent Message from UHS Director Dr. Ralph Manchester

COVID-19 cases continue to grow rapidly among our undergraduate student population. The UHS Director details steps you can take to help prevent a "pause".

topics: Academics, All Students, Dining, February 2021, Health Monitoring, Human Resources, PPE, Spring 2021,

Quarantine details for students

Reference our Frequently Asked Questions page if you’re a student who needs to undergo a quarantine.

See the FAQ

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