Re-entry & Resiliency Plan (updated 3/3/21)
This page was last updated 01/25/2020
Question: What type of screening is taking place on campus?
Answer: On November 25, 2020, the University transitioned to a self-screening model for all faculty, staff and students.
Self-screening is one of our strongest defenses against COVID-19 contraction and spread.
All faculty, staff and students are required to create an account on Mediterranean Wellness, a self-screening web-based application, and complete the COVID-19 self-checker tool on a daily basis.
FACULTY AND STAFF: Register at Mediterranean Wellness.
STUDENTS: Register at Mediterranean Wellness.
To participate appropriately, please take the following steps:
Students should direct questions to Health Services at 412-578-6174 or email@example.com.
Technical questions regarding the web-based application may be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Question: How should visitors screen?
Answer: Generally, visitors are not permitted on campus given Gov. Wolf’s recent mitigation protocols. However, essential vendors are required to engage in a CDC Coronavirus Self-Checker prior to coming to campus.
Question: Is the University conducting COVID-19 testing on campus?
Answer: Residential students and University athletes are being tested upon entry to campus and are retested after four days. Student athletes are tested twice a week when competing. Additionally, the University is conducting random surveillance testing on approximately 20% of these students.
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