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COVID-19 Resources

University Updates and FAQ

Student Health and Wellness Unit Virtual Resources

Testing Process Video with CY

 

COVID-19 Forms

If you are an Iowa State University Student, Faculty or Staff member, please use these forms for Contact Tracing and Campus Testing.

Self-Reporting Form for Postive COVID-19 Results (not performed at TSHC)

Pre-Testing Questionnaire

Pre-Testing Questionnaire for Department of Residence Move-In

Email Message Template for Supervisors (automatic download)

 

Home Care Treatment

Home Management: COVID-19 (Isolation) Positive Test Results

Home Management: COVID-19 (Quarantine) Close Contact with COVID-19 Positive Person

Isolation vs. Quarantine (CDC)

 

Correspondence to Iowa State Community

6.26.20    Responding to Positive COVID-19 Cases and Contact Tracing

6.26.20    Positive COVID-19 Flowchart 

4.29.20    Wellbeing Resources

 

Due to the COVID-19 virus, please call prior to coming to the clinic if you are having symptoms of the virus (100.4+ temperature, cough or difficulty breathing). 

In addition,

Patients are discouraged from bringing more than one visitor unless absolutely necessary.

Along with patients, visitors will be screened for fever and lower respiratory symptoms upon entry to TSHC. Visitors who answer “yes” to any of these questions will be asked to return home, self-isolate and contact their primary care provider. If the visitor is also a patient of TSHC, they may be masked and schedule an appointment if one is available.

MEDICATIONS:
Transferring prescriptions: Call pharmacy you wish to pick up the medication from, they will contact the pharmacy that currently has your prescription to complete the transfer.

If using Express Scripts for your pharmacy: update your address they have on file to ensure medications are send to the correct address.


 

Taking Care of Your Behavioral Health: Tips During An Infectious Disease Outbreak

Iowa State University Office of Risk Management

Additional Resources

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Frequently Asked Questions

Iowa Department of Public Health

CDC: What you need to know about 2019 Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

2019 新型冠状病毒 (COVID-19) 与您