What You Need to Know: Testing
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Who Will and Won't be Tested
- The University will provide a free test to all students and employees who are returning to WVU campuses and provide for continued testing throughout the year.
- Students who are taking classes exclusively online will not be required to be tested.
- Employees who will be notified by their supervisor in the coming weeks that they will continue to work remotely, or will not be physically working on campus full-time this fall, will not be required to be tested.
- "Hybrid" employees who will be consistently working on campus — even if it's not every day — are required to be tested.
- Extension agents in the field are not required to be tested but are welcome to travel to a campus testing site if they choose.
Why You Need to be Tested When You Arrive on Campus
It's important that WVU establishes a baseline of disease prevalence on campus.黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频 The best way to do this is testing when students, staff and faculty return to campus. This will allow the University to monitor trends throughout the year as testing continues.
- For students, failure to take the COVID-19 test will result in a $250 fee being added to a student's account. They will also be referred to the Office of Student Conduct for follow-up. Students will be given an opportunity to explain any extenuating circumstances for their non-compliance. Follow-up actions will be based on the particular situation for each student.
- Employees who fail to take the COVID-19 test by Aug. 15 will be subject to employee disciplinary actions until they take the test, including, but not limited to, being placed on administrative leave without pay and/or being placed on administrative leave while using their annual leave.
How to Schedule Your Test
You will receive an email to your WVU account containing a link to register for testing at your preferred date, time and location:
- Morgantown faculty and staff: Registration emails will start going out Monday, July 13, to faculty and staff in Morgantown who will be working on campus this fall. Employees based in Morgantown who are on temporary furlough will receive the email to schedule testing upon their return.
- Morgantown students: Registration emails will be sent beginning Monday, July 20, to students in Morgantown who will be attending classes on campus this fall.
- Students living in residence halls should plan on being tested for COVID-19 the day they move into their residence hall. Depending on their move-in time, they should schedule their COVID-19 test before or after, as that testing is available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Residence hall residents unable to schedule their test for the same day as their arrival on campus should schedule an appointment no later than the next day.
- Beckley and Keyser faculty, staff and students: A registration email will be sent on Monday, Aug. 3, to students, faculty and staff at WVU Institute of Technology and WVU Potomac State College who will be attending classes or working on campus this fall.
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If you have questions about the testing schedule or need assistance with registering, contact at 304-293-6006 or email@example.com.
In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), all testing sites will be accessible. Students should call the at 304-293-6700 to make any necessary accommodations. Faculty and staff should contact the with the .
Morgantown - Faculty and Staff
Drive-thru testing is available at the on the following dates:
- Monday, July 20 - Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Monday, July 27 - Saturday, Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
- Monday, Aug. 3 - Saturday, Aug. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The testing provider for Morgantown faculty and staff is .
Morgantown - Students (including graduate assistants, student workers, work-study students, etc.)
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频Walk-up testing is available on the following dates and locations:
Monday, July 27 – Saturday, Aug. 1 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at:
Monday, Aug. 3 – Saturday, Aug. 8 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at:
Monday, Aug. 3 – Friday, Aug. 7 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at:
Monday, Aug. 10 – Saturday, Aug. 15 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at:
The testing provider for Morgantown students is .
Keyser - Students, Faculty and Staff
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The testing provider for Keyser students, faculty and staff is .
Beckley - Students, Faculty and Staff
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黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频Walk-up testing is available Tuesday, Aug. 11 – Thursday, Aug. 13 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Van Meter Gym (VNM).
The testing provider for Beckley students, faculty and staff is .
Test Day Procedure
- The testing procedure should take less than five minutes to complete.
- Be sure to wear a mask to your appointment and arrive on time at your designated testing location.
- Upon your arrival, you will check in and verify your information. You will be asked to provide your Mountaineer Card and/or your WVU ID number (student) or employee number (employee).
- WVU's testing providers ( and ) will perform a nasal live-virus, anterior swab test, which is less invasive and results in less discomfort than sampling from other upper respiratory anatomical sites.
- After the test, you will be directed toward an exit and given a Welcome Back Kit that includes a cloth face mask or gaiter, disposable masks, hand sanitizer and a key touch tool.
- You can access your test results electronically (instructions for getting results) within three to five days.
- You will be asked to maintain physical separation as much as possible and avoid large gatherings to the fullest extent possible until the results of your test are available.
- Students can leave their residence hall room but should wear a mask/face covering as mandated and stay physically distant as much as possible.
- Students should still be able to eat within the dining halls, but they should wear a mask/face covering and physically distance themselves while traveling to dining halls and when they are not eating.
- During this period, various virtual activities will be hosted for students to stay busy, meet people, etc.
- Faculty and staff can leave their offices/workspaces but should wear a mask/face covering as mandated and stay physically distant as much as possible.
Students, Faculty and Staff with a Positive Test Result
Students, faculty and staff with a positive test result will be notified by the local health department. Morgantown students, faculty and staff with a positive test result will also be notified by the .
- Representatives from the local health department will conduct a case investigation for all positive cases and initiate contact tracing.
- The University will assist with contact tracing and also work with local health departments to determine if there is a need to decontaminate a specific facility or implement any additional mitigation measures.
- Testing information regarding patients is regulated by the guidelines and will be kept confidential.
If You Develop COVID-19 Symptoms After Testing Negative
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms after testing negative, you should be evaluated by a physician. You should not come to campus if you are feeling ill.
- Students based in Morgantown should contact at 304-285-7200.
- Students on WVU divisional campuses should contact their Student Health Clinic, the local health department or the hotline at 1-800-887-4304.
- Faculty and staff should call WVU Medicine’s COVID-19 phone number at 304-598-6000 (Option 4).
Getting Your Results
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频WVU is partnering with Quest Diagnostics and QLabs to provide COVID-19 testing for faculty, staff and students. The steps for checking your results will depend on which provider performed your test.
Quest Diagnostics is providing all Morgantown student tests at the Mountainlair, Student Rec Center and Erickson Alumni Center.
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频To check results from Quest Diagnostics:
- Sign up for MyQuest at , or download the MyQuest app. If you are under the age of 18, you will need your parent or legal guardian to create a Quest account on your behalf.
- Check your email for a message from Quest. Click the link to confirm your email address.
- Log in to your MyQuest account using the username and password that you chose when you signed up.
- Select the "Verify Your Identity" option. Accept the Patient Authorization (HIPAA Authorization).
- Complete the Identity Verification Process.
- You're set! You will now get your Quest Diagnostics test results through your MyQuest account.
Steps 1-5 must be completed to receive your results, and the following information associated with your MyQuest account must match the information you provided for this testing: full name, date of birth, full address (street, city, state and zip code) and your 10-digit phone number.
QLabs is providing all Morgantown faculty and staff tests at the WVU Coliseum, all tests at WVU Potomac State and all tests at WVU Tech.
To check results from QLabs:
- Go to .
- Review the agreement and click "I Agree" to continue.
- Enter your name, birthdate and the registration number you were given when you were tested.
黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频Once the first phase of initial testing is complete, the University will continue to provide testing throughout the year, focusing on three major areas:
- Rapid testing for anyone who exhibits any symptoms.
- Frequent, ongoing testing for groups that may be at higher risk, such as those living in residence halls, those participating in athletics and those in the performing arts.
- Ongoing surveillance testing throughout the campus community during the school year.
There is no cost to the individual being tested. Since the passage of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) on March 18, all forms of public and private insurance, including self-funded plans, must now cover FDA-approved COVID-19 tests and costs associated with testing with no cost-sharing.
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黑人与欧洲大肥女XX,老女老肥熟国产在线视频The goal of contact tracing is to identify, through a series of interviews, those individuals who have had significant close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19.
When to Self-Quarantine
- You must self-quarantine if you feel ill or have had direct contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19.
- Until a formal case investigation and contact tracing can be completed, all those who are known or suspected to have been in close contact with anyone diagnosed with COVID-19 should undergo a 14-day self-quarantine/self-monitoring period. In these situations, close contact includes:
- Having been within 6 feet of someone diagnosed with COVID-19 for a period of at least 15 minutes in any environment, regardless of the use of face coverings or masks; or,
- Having been in a closed indoor space with someone diagnosed with COVID-19 for a period of at least 15 minutes, regardless of the use of face coverings or masks.
- Please note that this is interim guidance and is based on the current outbreak situation in the Morgantown community. The guidance can/will be updated as the situation evolves.
- Contacts of contacts (e.g., secondary contacts), or brief contacts with a person diagnosed with COVID-19, are generally not felt to be at high risk of infection. Therefore, unless the health department identifies that a specific outbreak situation warrants further action, the University will not seek to identify casual contacts or secondary contacts. Units may advise employees and students to monitor their own health for the development of any symptoms, but quarantine procedures are not required for these types of contacts.
What to do if You're Self-Quarantining or Test Positive
- All WVU community members are required to report if they test positive for COVID-19 or are self-quarantining due to suspected or known exposure to COVID-19. Students should notify the , and employees should notify .
- Individuals who meet the criteria for close contacts may be released from quarantine if they have no symptoms for a 14-day period or if they have no symptoms for a period of 7 days and receive a negative test result from COVID-19 testing. Employees and students should follow the procedures on our for assistance in seeking testing.
- The local health department will contact any individual who tests positive for COVID-19, complete an initial case investigation and initiate contact tracing.
- The University will support these efforts by providing contact information, personnel and other resources as requested.
- Once close contacts are identified, they will be quarantined and monitored for the development of symptoms.
- WVU Student Health and Student Life will work with students on procedures for quarantine and return to class.
- Supervisors and WVU Medical Management will work with employees on procedures for quarantine and return to work guidance.
- Units and supervisors should ensure that the privacy and confidentiality of all students and employees is maintained during any efforts to identify potential close contacts.
Testing is only one part of a multifaceted strategy to diminish the spread of COVID-19. Our extensive initial testing will also establish a baseline of disease prevalence that will be monitored for trends throughout the year.
- We will issue a weekly update on this website of the number of positive cases identified within the University community.
- This data, along with local and regional trends, will be continually monitored by University and local and state health officials to determine if and when additional containment or mitigation strategies may be required.
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