HELP KEEP THE RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITY SAFE & HEALTHY
SF State no longer requires face coverings to be worn on campus, however the university strongly recommends that you wear a face covering while indoors in public spaces.
- Many members of the campus community will continue to wear masks indoors, and their choice to continue masking must be respected. No one should ever be asked or pressured to remove their mask for any reason.
- The following areas will continue to require indoor masking: the Student Health Center, the Athletics Training room, Physical Therapy Labs, and Nursing Labs.
- Wash your hands often with soap and warm water for at least 20 seconds or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 70 percent alcohol.
- Public areas (lobbies, elevators, laundry rooms, etc.) and high-touch areas (door knobs, elevator buttons, etc.) will be disinfected frequently by the University. We also recommend that you clean and disinfect any frequently touched objects and surfaces in your apartment.
Residents are expected to be engaged daily with the University’s health declaration process and must demonstrate a health “green badge” to gain access to university facilities outside of their own residence apartment building.
(Range from Mild to Severe)
- Fever - Common
- Headache - Sometimes
- General Aches & Pains - Sometimes
- Fatigue & Weakness - Sometimes
- Extreme Exhaustion - Sometimes
- Stuffy Nose - Rare
- Sneezing - Rare
- Sore Throat - Sometimes
- Cough - Common
- Shortness of Breath - Sometimes
WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE SICK
If you are feeling symptoms related to COVID-19, you should Complete the COVID-19 exposure form or email firstname.lastname@example.org to alert the campus of your positive test result. In addition, we recommend you self-isolate for at least 5 days until your symptoms clear and take a COVID-19 test to ensure you are negative for the virus.
- California Department of Public Health
- Johns Hopkins University real-time dashboard of global coronavirus infection map
- San Francisco Department of Public Health
- SF State COVID-19 Resources
- U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration
- World Health Organization