COVID-19

Coronavirus Updates and Resources

Human Resources is here to help staff and faculty navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. This resource page provides links to general pandemic-related guidance, relevant benefits information, and protocol updates.


COVID At-Home Test Kits

At-home tests, or "self tests," give rapid results and can be taken anywhere, regardless of your vaccination status or whether or not you have symptoms. Visit CDC.gov to learn when to test yourself, how to use an at-home test, and what your test results mean.

  1. Kaiser members, visit here.
  2. Anthem members, visit here.
  3. Visit COVID.gov/tests for additional information on testing options.

On Campus Testing

COVID testing through GoHealth for students, faculty, and staff will be available through the Fall Semester in University Center, Room 501. Testing will be held Monday through Friday at the days and times shown below:

  • Monday: 1-3pm, with GoHealth at UC 501 - Sign up here
  • Tuesday: 10am-1pm, Drop-in clinic at UC 501*
  • Wednesday: 1-3pm with GoHealth at UC 501 - Sign up here
  • Thursday: 9:30-11:30am with GoHealth at UC 501 - Sign up here
  • Friday: 10am-1pm, Drop-in clinic at UC 501*
    *Reserved for USF students, faculty, staff who have symptoms or were close contacts/exposures.

If you have any questions regarding COVID-19 testing, please contact covidtracing@usfca.edu.

 

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Throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, Capsid Consulting has partnered with USF to help navigate the ever changing and often state and city specific guidelines/mandates with the common goals of keeping students, faculty and staff safe. As the CDC recently pointed out we are entering a new phase of the pandemic but with the wide availability of vaccines, treatments and underlying immunity what does this mean as we move forward? With other public health outbreaks like monkey pox, - 30,000 cases worldwide and counting - and the first reported case of paralytic polio in the United States in over a decade it can seem overwhelming so what do we know? Join Capsid Consulting for a Q&A session to have your Infectious Disease questions answered.

USF will continue to require masks indoors in campus buildings, with the exception of the Koret Health and Recreation Center (where masks are highly encouraged). Being up to date with vaccinations is still the best protection.

USF is required to establish and implement an effective written COVID-19 Prevention Program (CPP) pursuant to an Emergency Temporary Standard in place for COVID-19 (California Code of Regulations (CCR), Title 8, section 3205(c)).

COVID-19 Prevention Plan

SB 114 went into effect on Feb. 19, 2022, and is retroactive to Jan. 1, 2022. For further details please visit the 2022 COVID-19 Supplemental Paid Sick Leave FAQ.

In accordance with the latest guidance of local and state authorities regarding travel, USF is amending travel restrictions on university-sponsored travel to allow for a limited resumption of essential travel. University employees are no longer required to be vaccinated in order to travel on university business. Read the policy.

Please visit the USF Together Travel page for complete details and additional updates.