Contact Tracing

Contact tracing starts after a positive COVID-19 case is identified on campus. Contact tracing is done to limit the exposure of high risk people to the campus community.

What happens?

  1. Someone tests positive for COVID.

  2. Seton Hill Health Services is notified.

  3. Seton Hill Health Services starts the contact tracing process. Close contacts are identified as those who were within 6 feet of a positive individual for at least 15 minutes in the 48 hours before they became symptomatic.

  4. SaferMe allows Seton Hill to quickly identify contacts and notify them about their potential exposure.

  5. The information below is what is available to the Health Services and Contact Tracing team: