1. Monitoring Health Conditions to Detect Infection
    1. Health monitoring approaches that can be used to monitor health of the campus population.
      Employees and students on campus will complete Health and Safety Agreements (Appendix H) which requires that faculty and staff attest to current safety practices. Anyone attending in-person appointments, workforce training or other in-person activities on campus will be required to attest to the same safety practices by signing an attendance roster. Signage, course syllabus attachments, instructors and staff will provide daily reminders with reference to wellness and safety. Other tools may be recommended and implemented as they become available.
    2. Campus level syndromic (disease) surveillance using electronic health record data or other disease surveillance methods as feasible.
      CVCC does not provide health services to its students. Should any student or staff member inform the college that they contracted COVID-19 after being on campus, the college will inform the local VDH office for support. CVCC’s Human Resources and Vice President for Academic and Student Services will maintain records of employee and student positive COVID-19 cases reported to the college.
    3. Establishment of a testing strategy. Testing strategies should consider testing for all students, faculty or staff with symptoms and access to testing for close contacts of cases as recommended by public health. Institutions may consult with their local health department, local health systems and other relevant partners.
      CVCC will not test for COVID-19. Symptomatic individuals will be directed to contact the local health department or hospital for evaluation and treatment.