COVID-19: Reporting Illness and Exposure
As a member of the Pace Community, if you have concerns about illness or exposure, it's vitally important to adhere to the following guidelines.
Published on April 1, 2020. See the most up-to-date information here.
The University, in accordance with the Governor Cuomo's PAUS executive order, has mandated that all non-essential University personnel work from home in order to help curb the spread of the virus. As a member of the Pace Community, if you have concerns about illness or exposure, it's vitally important to adhere to the following guidelines:
What to Do If You Have Concerns About Infection or Exposure
If you are concerned about a possible exposure to COVID-19, you should:
- >> Self-isolate until you have consulted with a medical professional.
- >> Contact your health care provider or University Health Care to get instructions and the latest care guidelines.
If you feel sick with a fever, cough, or difficulty breathing, you should:
- >> Call ahead to your doctor’s office or emergency room and advise them of your symptoms and potential exposure.
- >> You can also contact University Health Care.
If you have a pending COVID-19 test, you should:
- >> Please be thoughtful about the Pace Community and let us know that you have a pending test. The NYS Department of Health will notify us of a positive result, but advance warning can help in the University’s public health efforts.
- >> If you are a student: go through University Health Care and use the online confidential patient portal.
- >> If you are a Pace employee: please contact your direct supervisor.
- >> If you are a Pace faculty member, please tell your department chair.
If you have received a positive COVID-19 test result, you should:
- >> Self-isolate and follow all Department of Health guidelines.
- >> Focus on getting the care that you need and getting better.
- >> The NYS Department of Health will notify Pace of a positive result, but if you can contact University Health Care or the switchboard, that will be helpful in our public health efforts.
For additional and for the most up-to-date information, please visit Pace's dedicated COVID-19 webpage.
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