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COVID-19: Health & Safety
Sacramento State is committed to maintaining the health and safety of the Hornet Family. The campus is currently open only to essential personnel and students with in-person classes or health needs.
All students, faculty, and staff are strongly encouraged to complete the Daily Health Self-Screening each time they come to campus. Before you come to campus, please use the Sac State Mobile App or click on this Daily Health Self-Screening link; based on your result, you will receive an immediate message stating you are cleared to come to campus or to stay home with further instructions.
Screening before coming to campus is recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, and the Sacramento County Department of Public Health to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.
- Risk Management Services, Sacramento State's home for information about face coverings and other safety requirements, including return-to-campus protocols for employees, and additional key information, such as the weekly number of COVID-19 cases.
- Student Health and Counseling Services, campus center offering students walk-in urgent care, a pharmacy, and clinical and vision services.
- Face-covering requirements, guidelines for employing the single most important method to slow the spread of COVID-19.
- Physical distancing and other protocols, providing guidelines for returning to work on campus.
- COVID-related sick leave, available under the Families First Coronavirus Response Act, along with expanded family and medical leave.
- Know the facts about COVID-19 through information provided by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
- Risks from underlying medical conditions, detailed in a report from the CDC.
- COVID-19 Illness/Exposure report, allowing you to provide specific information if you encounter the coronavirus.
- Human Resources, with specific links and information about important employee and COVID-related issues and policies, as well as relevant forms.
- Sacramento County Department of Public Health, the public agency that promotes, protects, and assures conditions for residents’ optimal health and safety.