Returning to Campus- COVID-19- from the SCC COVID SUPERVISOR

Returning to Campus- COVID-19- from the SCC COVID SUPERVISOR

As we return to campus, I would like to remind everyone of the College’s procedures for COVID-19 and what you can do to keep our collective risk of infection as low as possible. 

Get boosted: Getting vaccinated and boosted is still the best way to fight COVID-19. The Washington State Department of Health vaccine locator at Vaccinate WA: Find COVID-19 Vaccine Providers Near You can help you find the most convenient option for you. The CDC recommends getting a bivalent Pfizer (ages 12+) or Moderna vaccine (ages 18+) if it’s been two months or more since your last booster or vaccination.

Let us know! If you are:

  • Exposed to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, or
  • Experiencing symptoms of COVID-19, or
  • Test positive for COVID-19,

Then please fill out a report via the form here: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Exposure Report Form – Formstack. Your information will remain confidential. This allows the College to provide you with guidance and conduct contact tracing to reduce the spread of COVID-19 among our community.

Masking is voluntary on campus, except in the Counseling Center and clinical sites. However, you are welcome to wear a mask whenever you feel it’s appropriate. Masks are available at ASK ME stations throughout (Admin/1000 Building, Library/4000 Building, and FOSS/5000 Building, 2nd floor), and can also be requested from Aimee Henson in Facilities or from the Covid-19 Response Coordinator.

Up to date information can be found here: Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates | Shoreline Community College

If you have any questions, please contact me.

Jesse Lowe
COVID-19 Support Coordinator

Shoreline Community College

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