Health and Prevention
Symptoms associated with COVID-19 are:
- high temperature (>37.5 ºC)
- shortness of breath
-other symptoms such as muscular pain, headache, loss of taste and smell and diarrhea, which are out of the ordinary.
What should I do in the following situations?
What should I do if I experience these symptoms?
Professors,employees and students at the campuses of Pamplona, San Sebastián and Madrid who experience these symptoms should not attend campus. They should isolate themselves at home and apply strict prevention and higiene measures.
You should also contact the Online Medical Service (firstname.lastname@example.org / +34 679 358 074).
What should I do if I test positive?
Both those who are positive with symptoms and those who are asymptomatic should apply for their temporary sick leave from their local health center. The necessary paperwork should be sent to the Personnel Management Service by email: email@example.com.
Students must inform their School Study Coordinator.
Employees and students have to report this situation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
What should I do if I live with someone who has tested positive?
If you live with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19, the employee or student is considered a close contact and should remain in isolation in their home and wait for a call from the contact tracer. If on the contrary the person you live with has tested negative, you can go to work and live a normal life.
What should I do if I am a close contact?
Any employee or student at any of the three campuses will receive a call from a contact tracer if they are deemed to be a close contact of a person who has tested positive for COVID-19. You will be told what to do and you will be given an appointment for a PCR test. Whether the contact tracer is from the Public Health system or the Covid Area from the University, you should send an email to email@example.com, setting out the circumstances.
If you know that you are a close contact with a person who has tested positive, you should remain in confinement. After 24/48 hours have passed, get in contact with Covid Area of the University.
What should I do if I live with a close contact?
If you live with a person who has turned out to be a close contact who is going to have a PRC test, the University advises that you do not go to work or class until you know the result of the test.
What should I do if I live with someone who experiences symptoms associated with COVID-19?
If you live with someone who experiences symptoms associated with COVID-19, but who doctors do not recommend do the PCR test, you should go to work or class if you are asymptomatic and live a normal life, being attentive to the possible appearance of any of the symptoms mentioned previously.
In all these situations, employees should advise the Manager of their Center or Director of their Service and students should advise their School Study Coordinator. They should also send an email to COVID Area of the University at: firstname.lastname@example.org or ring 679358074.
The health center will advise on whether temporary sick leave is advisable.
If you are advised to go on sick leave, the paperwork should be sent to the Personnel Management Service (email@example.com).