Dealing with Covid-19 cases

Status of 22 January 2021

If you have tested positive, please give your manager the following information

  •     Date when you were tested
  •     when you were last on campus
  •     Contacts on campus, with the following more detailed information:
    •     When was the contact?
    •     What was the duration/frequency of contact?
    •     Did you both wear mouth/nose protection?
    •     Was the minimum distance observed?
    •     Where did the contact take place (indoors/outdoors)?

If the health authorities have not issued a quarantine, please stay at home anyway. Coordinate further measures with your line-manager.

Status of 22 January 2021

You have at least one of the following symptoms: dry cough, fever >38°C, loss of sense of taste or smell?

Then please stay at home or go home if you are on campus. Please tell your manager that you have typical Covid-19 symptoms.

Please also give your manager the following information:

  •     When you were last on campus
  •     Contacts on campus, with the following more detailed information:
    •         When was the contact?
    •         What was the duration/frequency of contact?
    •         Did you both wear mouth/nose protection?
    •         Was the minimum distance observed?
    •         Where did the contact take place (indoors/outdoors)?

Importantly, please call your GP before you go and tell them that you have typical Covid 19 symptoms. If your GP tests you for Covid-19, please share the results with your line-manager.

 

Status of 22 January 2021

If you have had contact with a poistively tested person and during this contact:

  •     the minimum distance of 1.5m was not reached for more than 15min without mouth-nose protection, or
  •     you spent more than 30 minutes in an inadequately ventilated room with the person who tested positive,

please report this to your line-manager. The manager will coordinate further measures with you.

Status of 22 January 2021

If you live with a person who has tested positive for Covid-19, please segregate yourself for 14 days from the date of the positive test and inform your line-manager.

If you experience symptoms during the seclusion period that indicate infection with Covid-19, please contact your* GP. You can find more information on this page under the point "Do you have typical Covid-19 symptoms?". In this case, you should also contact the public health department.

If the person is symptom-free at the end of the specified segregation period (for 48 hours before the end of the segregation), the segregation is over without further contact with the health department.

If sick persons still have symptoms of the disease at the end of the 14-day segregation period, please contact the public health department.


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