UF HEalth Screen, TEST & Protect REOPENING THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AND UF HEALTH SYSTEM

The Screen, Test & Protect initiative uses public health guidance and best practices aimed at fostering a culture of care for our community while taking steps to help prevent the spread of COVID-19 as the University of Florida gradually returns faculty, staff and students to the campus environment.

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Students

Information and instructions on how students can get tested, as well as guidance on quarantine and isolation.

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Patients and Campus Visitors

Information for UF Health patients, vendors, volunteers, parents and other community campus visitors.

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Campus Communicators

Campaign content and signage for helping to inform our campus community about Screen, Test & Protect.

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TESTING DASHBOARD

COVID-19

Our Data Dashboard

Updates on the number of COVID-19 tests tallied and cases positive among faculty, staff, students and UF affiliates are posted daily as part of the university’s commitment to transparency. We track data from a variety of sources in an effort to be as comprehensive as possible.

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How our initiative works

Trace

State of Florida Department of Health public health specialists trace, or locate, all people in contact with the individuals who tested positive, and provide guidance to them to be tested and/or to self-quarantine and monitor for symptoms.

Trace

Prevent

We prevent the spread of the disease by continuing best practices such as frequent handwashing, physical distancing and wearing masks.

Prevent

Experiencing symptoMs?

STUDENTS & EMPLOYEES

What If I Have Symptoms?

If you are currently experiencing symptoms such as cough, runny nose, sore throat, loss of smell or taste, diarrhea or shortness of breath: Go or stay home, isolate yourself and call the appropriate office for guidance, which may include your primary care physician/provider, to be evaluated.

COVID-19

UNderstanding SCREEN, TEST & PROTECT

VIRTUAL TOWN HALL

Epidemiologists answer Questions about Initiative

This webinar was the first in a series to address questions about the University of Florida’s plans for reopening and gradually returning our university to its full capacity.

SCREEN, TEST & PROTECT initiative

Common Questions

Questions and answers about UF Health Screen, Test & Protect and how it works.

WE WANT TO HEAR FROM YOU

Still Have Questions?

We’re here to help you understand how Screen, Test & Protect affects you. Please send in your questions and we’ll do our best to update this site or answer you directly.