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COVID-19 Self-Screening Guidance

The foundational priority of the University is to protect the health, safety and welfare of the Osprey community, including all faculty, staff, students, vendors and visitors. As such, the university has developed self-assessment tools to provide personal guidance in determining whether it would pose a health risk to you or others if you were to report to campus (including UNF owned/affiliated facilities such as MOCA) while exhibiting symptoms related to COVID-19 or any other infectious disease.



The Daily Self-Screening is no longer required before reporting to campus for work, to attend classes, or to participate in other on-campus activities. However, the University encourages all unvaccinated members of the University Community to conduct a daily health screening at home using the CDC’s COVID-19 self-checker.


For the health and safety of the University Community, it is imperative that individuals experiencing illness stay at home and confirm whether their symptoms are related to COVID-19 or another transmittable virus. Students who reside on campus should contact Student Health Services for guidance on isolation or quarantine. Otherwise, individuals should not return for work, study, or to access University resources if medical advice, COVID-19 test results, and/or presence of symptoms indicate that they should self-isolate.


If well enough to do so, employees may work with their immediate supervisors to make arrangements to temporarily perform their job duties remotely while confirming the presence of active COVID-19 virus.



The self-screening can be accessed through the Safe Ospreys App (see video and images below) as well as online via the Daily Self-Screening Form .




Safe Ospreys app Home page Safe Ospreys- Covid Resources section 



For those unable to access the Safe-Ospreys mobile app or the web-based screening tools, this Self-Screening reference document can be used to complete a daily-self-screening.


These tools should not be used to diagnose any individual with symptoms of COVID-19 or to serve as a substitute for medical advice. Specific medical data will not be collected or stored.