Unsure if you should get tested? Been in close contact to someone with COVID-19? Confused about isolation and quarantine procedures? Follow these guidelines for getting tested, reporting a positive test, and isolating yourself away from others.
You are considered “fully vaccinated” for COVID-19 ≥2 weeks after receiving the second dose in a 2-dose series (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna) within 6 months, or ≥2 weeks after receiving a single-dose vaccine (Johnson and Johnson) within 2 months or after receiving a booster shot.
Are you experiencing symptoms?
Unvaccinated and exposed to COVID-19 but have no symptoms?
Vaccinated and exposed to COVID-19 but have no symptoms?
After testing positive for COVID-19:
Following a positive test result, SELF-ISOLATE for at least 5 days since symptoms first appeared and at least 24 hours with no fever (without taking fever reducing medication) and improvement in symptoms
After 5 days with the last 24 hours being asymptomatic, without taking fever-reducing medication, you can leave quarantine.
STUDENTS: Complete the Student COVID Reporting form after testing positive for COVID-19. Student Health will grant clearance to return at the appropriate time. Professors may request a note from a student’s medical provider in order to excuse the absence.
Returning to Work
Employees who have been ill with COVID-19 and are able to return to work are required to adhere to Augusta University's 'Return to Work' guidelines: