All Cal State East Bay employees should perform a daily health self-assessment prior to coming to work on campus. Any employees feeling ill, exhibiting COVID-19 like symptoms, or if they or someone they live with has been diagnosed with COVID-19, should contact their manager immediately and not come to work.
If your conditions change during the course of the day while on campus, call your manager, distance yourself from other people, and go home as soon as possible.
Have you experienced any of the new symptoms in the past 24 hours that are not due to a chronic medical condition?
A viral test for COVID-19 will tell you if you have a current infection. The results are confidential. Here is some information about testing and where you can be tested for COVID-19:
If you test positive for COVID-19:
1) If you have a lab confirmation of or a doctor’s diagnosis of COVID-19, you are subject to Health Officer Order of Isolation.
2) If you are a household or close contact to a person with COVID-19, you are subject to Health Officer Order of Quarantine.
3) For asymptomatic employees and health care personnel being tested as part of routine testing efforts, it is not necessary to isolate while awaiting test results. Isolation is required, however for any positive test result and for anyone tested because of suspected COVID-19 symptoms.
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Cal State East Bay employees should perform daily self-checks prior to reporting to work to ensure they do not have symptoms of being ill. Any employees feeling ill, exhibiting COVID-19 like symptoms, or if they or someone they live with is confirmed positive for COVID-19, should notify their supervisor immediately and not come to work on campus. Employees should stay home for at least 3 days of being symptom-free without the use of medication for a non-COVID-19 illness. If they have COVID-19, employees should stay home and self-isolate for at least 14 days from symptom onset and must have a medical clearance letter to return to work on campus. If someone they live with is confirmed positive, they have to self-quarantine for 14 days and need medical clearance to return to work on campus.
The impact of COVID-19 is continually fluid, and the university will post information about campus repopulation and other resources on this website. If you have questions or comments that would improve this site, please submit them through this online form.