UF HEalth Screen, TEST & Protect REOPENING THE UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA AND UF HEALTH SYSTEM
Learn about the COVID-19 vaccine and where to go to receive vaccinations.
Information on how students can get tested or vaccinated and guidance on quarantine and isolation.
Information for University of Florida and UF Health faculty and staff.
Information for UF Health patients, vendors, volunteers, parents and other community campus visitors.
Campaign content and signage for helping to inform our campus community about Screen, Test & Protect.
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.
How our initiative works
We screen and test our UF community for COVID-19, to help make our campus and our community safer.
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.
If a test comes back positive, we ask the individual to isolate.
We prevent the spread of the disease by encouraging vaccination and continuing best practices such as vaccination, frequent handwashing, physical distancing when possible and wearing masks when unvaccinated.
If you are currently experiencing symptoms and are unvaccinated 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.
UNderstanding SCREEN, TEST & PROTECT
Questions and answers about UF Health Screen, Test & Protect and how it works.
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.
The latest updates from the University of Florida related to COVID-19. Additional frequently asked questions pertaining to travel, students, prospective students, families, graduate students, faculty and staff.