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When In Doubt, Get Tested

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When In Doubt, Get Tested (Slide 1)

Just because surveillance testing isn’t required for fully vaccinated and boosted students, doesn’t mean COVID testing stops being a great campus-health resource.

Color and rapid testing are still available to ALL students!

Students can:

  • Test with Color up to twice a week 
  • Pick up free rapid tests for the spring quarter
  • Test when symptomatic or after a COVID-positive exposure to help keep others safe from the spread of COVID-19

Please remember all unvaccinated and unboosted students should continue testing twice a week, using Color, to stay in compliance with university testing requirements. 

Help to keep our campus safe by testing when symptomatic or exposed to COVID-19. For more information on when to test and which kind of test you should use: Visit here

When In Doubt, Get Tested! (Slide 2)

Students should test when symptomatic or after a COVID-positive exposure to help keep others safe from the spread of COVID-19.

  • Have a mild sore throat or a runny nose? This may be more than seasonal allergies
  • Experiencing a fever? This may not be just the flu
  • Experiencing fatigue, a headache, and/or body aches? This may not be a result of burnout from school
  • Has a close friend or family member recently tested positive for COVID? Get tested to stop the spread

COVID-19 symptoms can range from mild to severe. If you being to experience any mild symptoms, do not ignore them, instead test immediately. 

Help to keep our campus safe by testing when symptomatic or exposed to COVID-19. For more information on when to test and which kind of test you should use: Visit here