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COVID-19 Health & Safety Guidelines

Red Badge Instructions for Students

READ full details for each step listed for both scenarios belowif you get a red badge or test positive for COVID-19.

Steps to follow when you get a “red badge” during your health assessment and you’re directed to stay home.

If you received a red badge during your health assessment . . .

If you received a red badge during your health assessment, you must stay home and under no circumstances come to campus.  We understand this may be disappointing, but it’s important that you stay home in order to ensure your health and safety and the health and safety of others.

Communicate with your professors immediately . . .

Communicate with your professors immediately and notify them that you have received a “red badge” telling you to stay home in order to arrange academic flexibility. Email your professor a screenshot of your red badge.



Allied Health Students: Be sure to follow the communication protocols established by your program directors and faculty. Your faculty will instruct you on next steps, including whether you should go to your externship site.



Athletes: Be sure to follow the communication protocols established by the Athletics Department and contact your athletic trainers and/or coaches .

If you’re not sure why you received a red-badge . . .

If you’re not sure why you received a red-badge, schedule a telemedicine appointment with Foothill’s Student Health Center. Foothill telemedicine appointments are free for all students regardless of whether students have health insurance or not. 


Allied Health students: Please contact your faculty supervisor directly for further evaluation and clearance instead of scheduling a telemedicine appointment.


Athletes: Please contact your coaches and athletic trainers directly for further evaluation and clearance instead of scheduling a telemedicine appointment.

Tomorrow you will be able to take the health assessment again . . .

Tomorrow you will be able to take the health assessment again. Be sure to answer it truthfully and follow the recommendations from your doctor or our Foothill Health Center in order to ensure a safe and healthy return to campus.

You do not need to get retested IF . . .

You do not need to get retested (if you previously had a Positive COVID test) or have a doctor's note clearing you to come back to campus if you have followed quarantine protocol.



Allied Health Students: Be sure to follow the protocols established by your program directors and faculty.



Athletes: Be sure to follow the protocols established by the Athletics Department and your athletic trainers and coaches. 

Steps to follow if you tested positive for COVID-19 in the past 10 days.

If you have tested positive for COVID-19 . . .

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, please stay home. You may not come to campus, whether to a classroom, outdoor facility, etc. Even if you are starting to feel better, please do not come to campus as you can easily expose people around you.

Take this survey or send an email . . .

Take this survey or to send an email  to Rebecca Ryan at ryanrebecca@fhda.edu with as much information as you’re willing to disclose to the contact tracing team on campus.

This will help the contact tracing team begin their due diligence to ensure that any exposed students, staff, and/or faculty are able to take appropriate measures to get tested and quarantined as advised by the county/state/federal guidelines.

Please note that findings from the contact tracing investigation will not be made public and your confidentiality including your name will be kept private.

If you’re not feeling well . . .

If you’re not feeling well, please contact Foothill Student Health Services or consult your physician. You may contact Student Health Services by scheduling a free telemedicine appointment.

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to email us at healthservices@fhda.edu

 

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