Masks and Physical Distancing
All students, faculty and staff are required to wear masks or face coverings and practice physical distancing of at least six feet while on campus. Learn more about UofL’s Health Protocols.
Testing for COVID-19 will be provided by the university in two waves. The first wave of testing is available now through August 21 on weekdays on the Belknap and HSC campuses. All university members are strongly urged to get registered and tested. For details on registration, specific times, locations and what to bring, read the Testing section of the Health Protocols tab.
Contact Tracing Process
UofL's contact tracing team of dedicated university health professionals will trace, notify, and advise any individuals who may have been exposed to a positive COVID-19 person.
Once testing has been performed and the results are confirmed positive, contact investigation will be initiated by Campus Health Services in partnership with public health officials. Once contacts have been identified, Campus Health will notify anyone who may have been exposed.
Read more about the university's COVID-19 Mitigation procedures and take a look at Campus Health's Response Procedures for a step-by-step reference on how Campus Health investigates a positive COVID-19 case versus an individual with symptoms of COVID-19.
More information is coming soon about the designated website all university members must use daily to track their symptoms before arriving to campus.
Learn the signs and symptoms of COVID-19.
If you are concerned you may have COVID-19, or may have been in contact with someone who is positive for COVID-19, you should:
Even if you decide to seek care from your own medical provider, be sure to still inform Campus Health so the university can effectively track COVID-19 cases and ensure proper isolation procedures for our campus community.
UofL COVID-19 Statistics
More information is coming soon about our university community's number of tested individuals and confirmed positive cases of COVID-19.