COVID FAQs

Updated Nov. 14, 2022

WHAT SHOULD I DO IF I HAVE COVID?

If you have symptoms of COVID-19, we advise you to stay home until your symptoms start to decrease and you feel well enough to return to the College. We ask to you to use your judgement based on your individual health situation to determine when to return.

The College is still asking students and employees to report if they have COVID and are isolating due to a positive case.

Day Division Students must notify the College by MIO at COVID-Reporting.

Staff should contact their manager & Human Resources.

Faculty should notify Human Resources.

Continuing Education students should contact covidconted@crcmail.net

WHEN DO I HAVE TO ISOLATE?

While the mandatory isolation period is no longer in effect, it is still required by the government that you wear a mask during any social interaction for 10 days starting from the first day of symptoms or a positive test.

People who live in your household should also wear a mask during any social interaction for 10 days. The same applies if a member of your household other than yourself tests positive.

DO I STILL HAVE TO WEAR A MASK AT THE COLLEGE?

When you return to the college, you must continue to wear your mask until the 10 days are up (see above). If you do not have symptoms but you still test positive, you must also wear a mask for 10 days. Just because you are asymptomatic does not mean you are not contagious to others.

We ask that you consider mask-wearing as an appropriate precaution whether you are sick with COVID-19, the flu or the common cold. It’s a matter of respect and public service for the other people in this building that each person takes precautions to limit the spread.

WILL MASKS STILL BE AVAILABLE AT THE COLLEGE?

Yes. Masks as well as handwashing stations and self tests will be available at the College. There are also boxes where you can recycle your masks.

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