If you have been around someone who was identified as a close contact to a person with COVID-19, you should closely monitor yourself for symptoms of COVID-19. You do not need to self-quarantine.
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You should notify your manager/supervisor or someone from the HR/Risk Division. Be prepared to provide the following information to HR/Risk: the date you first noticed your symptoms of COVID-19, when you were physically at work, and a list of locations and people you were in close contact with at work.
No. HR/Risk will share the details of your case with your supervisor/manager as it relates to your exposure to others, location(s) for cleaning and disinfection, and the need for contact tracing.
When communicating potential exposure to others, HR/Risk will not share your identity and information to ensure confidentiality, HIPAA, and ADA requirements are met at all levels in the District’s response.
You are the only person that can share your personal information with others.
You should contact HR/Risk to relay the information. HR/Risk will conduct an interview and contact tracing if needed. You will be informed of the employee’s status and risk of exposure to others.
Contact HR/Risk immediately. HR/Risk will determine the potential exposure, conduct any necessary contact tracing, and notify any employees that came in close contact with the vendor/visitor.
You should stay home, notify your supervisor/manager, and contact your physician or healthcare provider.
Only members of the HR/Risk Team should be notifying individuals of their potential exposure in order to ensure confidentiality, HIPAA, and ADA requirements are met at all levels of the District’s response.