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Reporting Forms

Interactive Decision Chart

This interactive form is for employees or students who have been exposed to COVID or received a positive COVID test result and need to know what to do next.

Interactive Decision Chart

COVID Reporting Form

Submit the COVID Reporting Form (Appendix C) if you tested positive for COVID-19 and you were on campus within 14 days prior to your positive test collection date.

COVID Reporting Form

Training

State Chancellor's Office COVID Training

  1. Visit the State Chancellor's Office's Vision Resource Center.
  2. Log in, or create a new account if you don't have one.
  3. Click on the Learning tab, and search for COVID.
  4. Select from the COVID-related training options.

Frequently Asked Questions

If an employee is working remotely and has a confirmed positive case of COVID, do they still need to report it?

Yes, remote employees who test positive for COVID should still report it because they cannot come to campus if required. Reporting also allows employees to get the COVID benefits they need.

If a remote employee's family member (with whom they live) tests positive for COVID, do they need to report it?

If the employee has no symptoms, then no – the employee does not have to report it.

If the employee has symptoms or a confirmed positive test for themselves, then yes – the employee has to report it.

Is Keenan COVID training required for all employees?

Yes, the Keenan COVID training is required. There is also optional training available from the California Community Colleges.