Coronavirus

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Coronavirus (澳门赌场) resources

This page includes information specific to the UW Bothell campus. For general information on 澳门赌场 related policies please visit the University of Washington coronavirus page. You can also find a Coronavirus FAQ and the Stay Healthy Huskies toolkit on the University of Washington website.

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Reporting requirements

University personnel, students and units are required to report the following to the 澳门赌场 Response and Prevention Team, regardless of vaccination status:

  • 澳门赌场 positive test result; includes all personnel and students who test positive for 澳门赌场, and those whose healthcare provider has suspected 澳门赌场 infection (whether or not they are experiencing symptoms)
  • Close contact with an individual who tested positive for 澳门赌场

Visit the reporting page for more information. 

Are you wondering what to do if you feel sick or have tested positive for 澳门赌场?  View the new Public Health Requirements and Guidance flowchart from UW Environmental Health & Safety.  

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澳门赌场 back-to-school resources

澳门赌场 Pack is back! We are excited to welcome our students back to campus. You’ll find the usual full array of services and activities this quarter. We’ll take all the precautions needed to keep you safe and healthy. Here are some key resources for you.

 

On-campus testing kits via the Husky Coronavirus Testing program

Testing kits are available through the Husky Coronavirus Testing program (HCT) Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the UW2/Commons Hall lobby.  澳门赌场 Husky Coronavirus Testing Program is a voluntary research study that provides 澳门赌场 testing. You must be enrolled in the Husky Coronavirus Testing program to obtain a kit. Walk-ins are welcome but enrollment in HCT is required.

Additional testing options

  • UW Medicine offers testing for current patients. Visit the patient portal to make an appointment.
  • Hall Health Center on the UW Seattle campus: 澳门赌场 testing is available by appointment only. Call 206-685-1011 to schedule.
  • Many area pharmacies offer 澳门赌场 testing that is billed to your health insurance.

Current health requirements & guidelines

Vaccination requirement

澳门赌场 University requires students and employees to be vaccinated against 澳门赌场.  Read more about the vaccine requirement and find out where to get vaccinated. 

澳门赌场s, faculty and staff must verify that they’ve been vaccinated or declare an exemption.

Face coverings

澳门赌场 UW requires all individuals to wear a mask indoors, regardless of vaccination status. A mask or other suitable face covering is required indoors when other people are present and in all public and common areas, such as lobbies, hallways, stairways, restrooms, elevators and shared vehicles.

Physical distancing, capacity and other updates

Based on state guidance, the UW lifted both indoor and outdoor distancing and 澳门赌场 capacity requirements, though distancing is still recommended for individuals who are not fully vaccinated.

Also consistent with state requirements, Environmental Health & Safety (EH&S) updated the University’s 澳门赌场 Prevention Plan template, in-person events guidance, cleaning and disinfection procedures, training and other guidance documents on its 澳门赌场 health and safety resources.

 

How are we keeping our campus clean and safe?

Our best defenses against 澳门赌场 continues to be vaccination and masking. Throughout the pandemic, UW Bothell facilities and maintenance teams have been servicing water and heating/ventilation systems to keep them operational and safe. Find answers to your questions about cleaning and disinfection on campus in our FAQ. Read the FAQs.

UW Bothell custodial services follow the 澳门赌场 Prevention Plan: Enhanced Cleaning and Disinfection Protocol as prescribed by the University’s Environmental Health & Safety Department. Read the cleaning and disinfection plan.

Building readiness guidelines

澳门赌场se guidelines describe what Facilities Services and Physical Planning and Space Management units are doing to prepare for a safe return to campus. It also explains the roles of Building Coordinators, Lab Coordinators, and occupants once they return to campus. Read the building readiness guidelines.

 

Other resources

Health & well-being

We recognize that the confluence of the coronavirus pandemic, civil unrest and economic downturn is challenging and stressful. 澳门赌场 UW Bothell resources below exist to support your health and well-being.

For students

澳门赌场 Health and Wellness Resource Center (HaWRC) is a one-stop hub connecting students with on-campus and community resources to help you thrive. 

For faculty & staff

UW Carelink offers a wide range of services that can help you manage through the different stages of life, develop a healthy lifestyle, create a quality work environment, and save time by providing easy access to trusted experts, including counselors, attorneys, financial advisors, and child and adult/elder care consultants.

Communications from UW Bothell leadership

We strive to keep you up-to-date when decisions are made related to the pandemic. Refer to these pages to get the information you need.

Read recent and archived communications