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What to do when you or a close contact test positive

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Immediately following a positive COVID-19 test result all students should inform the university through next steps shared here. 

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Main Quad Fall / Autumn, Quad / Quadrangle (area) Credit: Andrew Brodhead

Guidance for undergraduates who test positive for COVID-19

If you haven’t already, immediately following a positive COVID-19 test result from a rapid-antigen test or other non-Color system, all students should complete Health Check, send a copy of their positive COVID test results (attached to a message with the subject line "secure: test results") to the "Covid Medical Care Team" through vadenpatient.stanford.edu, and submit an Isolation SNOW Ticket. Varsity athletes should contact the Sports Medicine team instead of Vaden. 

New Graduate Student Orientation. Credit: Andrew Brodhead

Guidance for graduates, professional students and postdocs guidance who test positive for COVID-19

If you haven’t already, immediately following a positive COVID-19 test result from a rapid-antigen test or other non-Color system, all students should complete Health Check, send a copy of their positive COVID test results (attached to a message with the subject line "secure: test results") to the "Covid Medical Care Team" through vadenpatient.stanford.edu, and submit an Isolation SNOW Ticket. Varsity athletes should contact the Sports Medicine team instead of Vaden. 

Trees flower near Roble dorm before spring's arrival. Credit: Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service

What to do when your roommate, apartment-mate or suitemate tests positive

Guidance for sharing living spaces.

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COVID Exposure and Symptomatic Testing

Here you can review guidance on COVID exposure testing timelines and testing if you develop symptoms.