If you are ill with covid-19 symptoms or test positive for covid-19
Please carefully review all of the instructions below.
If you are fully vaccinated
If you have tested positive and are fully vaccinated, you are required to isolate for 5 days AND until your symptoms have resolved. When determining your isolation period, please use the following criteria:
Day 0 = the first day you experienced symptoms (or the date of your positive test if you do not have symptoms)
Day 5 = last day of isolation
Day 6 = day you can leave isolation if symptoms have resolved
For example if you had symptoms that started on January 10 (day 0), you would have to isolate until January 15 (day 5), and could come back to campus on January 16 (day 6) provided you no longer have symptoms.
You must keep isolating until your symptoms have improved and you have been fever-free for 24 hours without the use of fever-reducing medication. Some symptoms may continue after you’re no longer able to spread the virus to others. If cough, loss of sense of taste or smell, or fatigue are still present but are not getting worse after 5 days of isolation, you do not need to keep staying home.
After this time, you must wear a mask in public places when unable to maintain a two meter distance from others, until 10 days have passed from when your symptoms began or you tested positive.
Please note: Residents living in either Kananaskis Hall or Rundle Hall can leave their isolation suites after five days (AND until their symptoms have resolved) but they are still required to sleep in their isolation suites for ten days after the onset of symptoms.
If you are not fully vaccinated
If you have tested positive and are not fully vaccinated, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for additional guidance.