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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Information
COVID-19: Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs (Updated 12/17/20)
COVID-19: Close Contact Flowchart (Updated 12-10-20)
COVID-19: Individual with COVID-19 Symptoms (Updated 12-10-20)
Jefferson College Return to Campus Plan
Who to contact at Jefferson College if you have COVID-19 symptoms?
- Student Contact Tracer - Tina Robinson, email@example.com
- Employee Contact Tracer - Chris Stanfill, firstname.lastname@example.org
- ATS Student Contact Tracer - Cheryl Sodomka, email@example.com
Face Coverings Still Required on Campus (March 26, 2021)
In light of the Jefferson County public mask mandate that expired yesterday, March 25, please note that the College will remain proactive in continuing to require everyone to wear a mask when inside a campus facility (with limited exceptions) through the end of the Spring semester at a minimum. Additional guidance regarding masks and other health and safety issues will be shared near the end of the semester.
Please continue to follow the previously announced policy as per the Return to Campus Plan:
Mask and Social Distancing Policy - Masks are required by everyone at all times inside campus buildings, with some exceptions for pre-approved activities and programs...students are required to wear a cloth or disposable facemask that fully covers their nose and mouth. Face shields may be used by employees only in situations when physical distancing can be maintained.
Mask Non-Compliance Policy - Any student or employee who does not wear a mask or does not appropriately wear a face covering will be asked to comply with the College's safety protocols.Those who refuse or repeatedly fail to follow the guidelines will be subject to student or employee disciplinary measures.
Mask Exemptions Policy - Students who require ADA accommodations, resources, etc., should contact the Disability Support Services Coordinator to discuss options per the Facemask Accommodation Policy. Employees who require ADA accommodations should contact the Human Resources Specialist.
Throughout the pandemic, the College has been extremely proactive in its response to do everything possible to minimize the impact on our campus community. As more individuals are vaccinated and we begin to move away from substantial increases in new infections, your cooperation is important to help “finish strong” for the safety of our entire campus.
- Coronavirus Cases in the United States
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
- World Health Organization
- Missouri Department of Health and Senior Services
- Jefferson County Health Department
- Johns Hopkins University Tracker
- CDC Guidance for Institutions of Higher Education
- St. Louis COVID-19 Response Dashboard