What to do if you get sick
If you feel sick or have symptoms stay home. Fill out the self-reporting form at wallawalla.edu/symptom-report. You’ll be asked to provide your contact information and information about your symptoms. We will then provide directions about the next steps to take.
If you are sick or have symptoms you may be asked to remain in isolation or quarantine for a specific number of days. We have set aside spaces specifically for COVID-19 care. WWU personnel will ensure you are able to get your meals and other care as needed. The WWU Care Team will also be available to help with errands. You are responsible to communicate your situation with your professors to see if accommodations can be made for your absence.
If you need emergency care, call 911. If your symptoms aren’t an emergency, WWU’s COVID-19 response team can help connect you with a local physician.
If you need physical, emotional, or spiritual help, assistance is available for those who are sick or in self-isolation or quarantine through the WWU Care Team.
WWU will not release details or specific information about anyone on campus who tests positive for COVID-19. Should contact tracing be warranted, we will notify students, faculty, and staff if they have come in contact with someone with a positive diagnosis.