Notes on how to act if you have symptoms similar to COVID-19
Following symptoms are often associated with COVID-19 infection:
- Fever of 100.0°F or higher
- Cough not associated with known chronic conditions such as asthma or allergies
- Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
- Muscle pain that is not the result of normal activities, exercise or injury
- Sore throat
- Recent loss of taste or smell
- Congestion or runny nose not associated with allergies or other known chronic
- Nausea or vomiting
If you have any of the symptoms above or other unusual symptoms and you feel unwell:
- Please stay home
- Contact National Center for Disease Control and Public Health for guidance at 116 001 or your healthcare provide
- Then act as advised by the National Center for Disease Control and Public Health or your healthcare provide
- AND ACCORDINGLY inform your employer (Head of Administration of SDSU-G Mr. Lado Kiknadze at firstname.lastname@example.org; for calls or texts: 593 307 323)
Information received by the Head of Administration, can be shared by him in case of need with the Dean of SDSU-G Halil Guven and other two persons as responsible parties for repopulation: Asfaw Beyene and Julie Kapanadze. The information obtained by the above individuals will be kept confidential.
In case a student, staff, or a faculty member is diagnosed with COVID19 (reports positive lab test) SDSU-G community will be notified, guidance will be provided by the respective national authorities.
In case a student, staff, or a faculty member has COVID 19 symptoms (but there is no test confirmation yet) SDSU-G community can be recommended to self-isolate until the test results are available. The institution is authorized to issue such a recommendation for health and safety purposes of its community, but the recommendation is not legally binding. Thus, the expectation is that our community members take others health/lives seriously, think of the greater good, and stay isolated to help stop the (potential) spread.
Please Note: SDSU is committed to ensuring that your submission remains private and only utilized as a means to provide support and resources. Your submission is not a substitute for medical advice; if you are in medical distress, please call 116001 (NCDC) or your healthcare provider.