As a student employed at CSU, which Symptom Reporter do I complete?

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Student who are also employed at CSU should complete the Employee COVID Reporter (symptom reporter).

While many students identify as students first, student employees are asked to report through the employee reporter immediately if they have COVID-19 symptoms. This is because if they report any symptoms, exposure or positive test, their supervisor is automatically notified.

The supervisor receives information about how to support the employee to clean and disinfect the work place.

The supervisor is instructed not to reveal the sick employee’s name and shares with a limited number of coworkers that a COVID-19 case may have been a close contact. The supervisor may or may not be contacted by a public health professional.

The employee will receive information about whether a public health will ask them to get tested, other public health guidance and next steps.

Although supervisors are automatically notified through the symptom reporter, employees should also communicate with their supervisors. 

Anyone with COVID-19 like symptoms should stay home and not report to work.

Supervisors are encouraged to remind employees to follow public health requirements. 

  • Immediately complete the COVID Reporter if you experience any COVID-19-like symptoms.
  • Always wear a mask when inside university buildings.
  • Physically distance from other individuals according to Pandemic Preparedness Team guidance.
  • Wipe down your individual desktop, work station, meeting tables, seats and other surfaces frequenting with disinfectants, provided in sanitation stations across campuses.
  • Stay home if you are sick, believe you have been exposed to COVID-19, or if you test positive for COVID-19.