What should I do if I get sick or think I’ve been exposed?

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Students

  • Stay at home in your apartment, house or residence hall room
  • Immediately fill out the Symptom Reporter so a public health official can follow up with you as soon as possible.
  • Fill out the Symptom Reporter even on days you are not planning to come to a campus.
  • Once you report through the Symptom Reporter, a public health official will contact you soon after. In the meantime, avoid contact with others, disinfect your spaces, and seek medical care if you are experiencing serious symptoms.

On-campus residents

  • CSU has a plan for those living in university housing who need to self-isolate or quarantine.
  • A CSU public health official coordinates with CSU Housing & Dining Services to arrange for appropriate housing for the student under isolation or roommates, depending on the situation.
  • Rooms and apartments are available to individuals in isolation or quarantine to separate infected students from others.
  • Areas where an infected person is known to have been will be cleaned.
  • Avoid contact with others.
  • Wear a mask or cloth face cover.
  • Stay six feet away from others.

Student Employees

  • Stay at home in your apartment, house or residence hall room
  • Immediately fill out the Symptom Reporter to report symptoms, even on days you are not scheduled to work.
  • CSU students can call CSU Health Network at (970) 491-7121 between 9 a.m. and 4 p.m., Monday through Friday to seek medical care if needed.
  • Do not go to class or report to work until you receive public health guidance.
  • Notify your supervisor.
  • Avoid contact with others.
  • Wear a mask or cloth face cover.
  • Stay six feet away from others.
  • Once you report through the Symptom Reporter, a public health official will contact you soon after. In the meantime, avoid contact with others, disinfect your spaces, and seek medical care if you are experiencing serious symptoms.

Employees

  • Stay home.
  • Immediately complete the Symptom Reporter, even on days you are not coming to a campus.
  • Once you report through the Symptom Reporter, a public health official will contact you soon after. In the meantime, avoid contact with others, disinfect your spaces, and seek medical care if you are experiencing serious symptoms.
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  • If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or you think you have been exposed to COVID-19, also contact your healthcare provider.
  • Do not go to class or report to work until you receive public health guidance.
  • Notify your supervisor.
  • Avoid contact with others.
  • Wear a mask or cloth face cover.
  • Stay six feet away from others.
  • If you test positive, a CSU public health official will provide guidance.
  • CSU’s Human Resources FAQ offers information for employees and supervisors about the impacts of COVID-19 on leave, work arrangements, and other concerns.