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If you or a member of your household have coronavirus symptoms, or a positive test result, it is crucial you notify the University.

If you develop any of the following symptoms:

  • High temperature
  • New, continuous cough
  • Loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste

Stay at home and book a test at www.gov.uk/get-coronavirus-test or by calling 119.

For students

  1. Contact Registry at coronavirusconcern@sgul.ac.uk with any dates and locations on site. If you are a student on clinical placement, you will also need to contact Occupational Health on 020 8725 1661, as well your placement provider if you develop symptoms.

  2. Once you receive your results: 

    • If you receive a negative Covid-19 test, inform Registry at coronavirusconcern@sgul.ac.uk then, if you are feeling well, you meet the NHS requirements for no longer needing to self-isolate, and there is no further specific guidance from your course team or Occupational Health which you need to follow, you can continue your studies as normal.
    • If the test is positive: inform Registry at coronavirusconcern@sgul.ac.uk St George's will help with Test and Trace. Continue to isolate and keep in touch with Registry.

For staff

  1. Staff need to contact their line manager and HR at hrhelp@sgul.ac.uk with any dates and locations on site. If you are unfit to work, record your sickness absence in MyWorkplace.

  2. Once you receive your results: 

    • If your test is negative: inform HR at hrhelp@sgul.ac.uk and your Line Manager. You can then return to work as long as you meet the test and trace criteria. If you have diarrhoea or are being sick, stay at home until 48 hours after they've stopped.
    • If test is positive: inform HR at hrhelp@sgul.ac.uk and your Line manager. St George's will help with Test and Trace. Continue to isolate and keep in touch with HR and your Line Manager.

 

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