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Questions and Answers About Quarantine

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hav.to/quarantine Campus quarantine is required if: • you have arrived on campus from a state designated as a “quarantine state” by the state of Pennsylvania. See health.pa. gov for current list. • upon initial move to campus. until second negative COVID-19 test is recorded.

Room quarantine is required if: • you arrived from outside the contiguous United States. • you did not submit a negative Covid test result prior to arrival. • Health Services recommends it for clinical reasons.

Isolation is required if: • you have tested positive for COVID-19. • you are identified as a close contact of a positive COVID-19 case, and are awaiting the results of your post-exposure COVID test. • you have COVID-19 symptoms and are awaiting the results of a COVID test obtained after the onset of your symptoms. • you have tested negative in the presence of COVID-19 symptoms, and are awaiting the results of a second/confirmatory negative COVID test (at the discretion of Health Services).

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Do I have to do this?

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Where do I stay?

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In your single dorm room.

In your single dorm room.

No—except to use the communal restroom use on a staggered basis. Your meals will be delivered to your room by Dining Services (even if you are not on the meal plan) at no extra charge.

No—you may not leave your isolation unit. You will have a private room with a private bathroom. Your meals will be delivered to your room by Dining Services (even if you are not on the meal plan) at no extra charge.

I n campus housing specially designated for isolation, in single bedrooms or apartments, with private bathrooms.

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Can I leave my room?

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Yes—but only for limited activities including: • use of the communal restroom on a staggered basis. • meal pick-up at the Dining Center. • walking outside while masked and maintaining physical distance from others.

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Can I go to class?

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Class attendance is remote only.

Class attendance is remote only.

Class attendance is remote only.

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Are visitors allowed?

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No.

No.

No.

Fourteen days if you traveled from a state on the advisory list. Other students will remain on Campus Quarantine until a second negative COVID test is recorded.

Duration is determined on a case-by-case basis, dependent on negative COVID test results, completion of quarantine requirement, and clearance from Health Services.

 he current expectation is that the duration will be T 14 days. Under the continuing guidance of the CDC and the Pennsylvania Department of Health, this policy may shift and we will inform students of any changes in a timely manner.

You will have access to a full range of support services, including telemedicine, counseling, academic resources, and other campus services.

 ou will have access to a full range of support Y services, including telemedicine, counseling, academic resources, and other campus services.

You will have access to a full range of support services, including telemedicine, counseling, academic resources, and other campus services. Your dean will support you with academic flexibility if needed. You will have access to ambulance transportation to Bryn Mawr Hospital if medically necessary.

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How long does it last?

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What kinds of support will I have access to?

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