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COVID-19 Information

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

If you are experiencing symptoms, please contact your health care provider or the Eastern Idaho Public Health COVID-19 hotline at 208-522-0310.

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Sep
18
Fri

COVID-19 Update: Potential Exposures Weeks of 8/31/20 & 9/14/20


COVID-19 Update: Potential Exposures Weeks of 8/31/20 & 9/14/20

 

CEI has received information that a member(s) of the campus community (staff, faculty, and/or student) have tested positive for COVID-19. Individuals were not telecommuting prior to a positive test result. The potential risks of exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred in the following locations and times:

 

Building #

Room (if applicable)

Date

Time

6

114, 130 and hallways

9/4/20

8:50am - 12:00pm

5

Library &  hallways

9/14/20

8:30am - 1:30pm

2

220 & hallways

9/14/20

5:15pm - 9:45pm

5 & 6

Library, 526, 515, 248 (bldg. 6), & hallways/lounges

9/14/20

  11:30am - 4:30pm

9/15/20

  1:00pm - 1:40pm

 

All areas were properly cleaned and sanitized and the exposure is contained. Health information is considered confidential and cannot be disclosed by the college. Members of the campus community receiving this notice should respect the privacy of others by refraining from discussing this protected health information with anyone other than Human Resources or the Dean of Student Affairs. Staff, faculty, contractors, and students may report health concerns to COVID@cei.edu.

 

CEI will communicate directly with individuals who had direct contact with the individual(s) that tested positive.

 

Individuals may be sick with COVID-19 between 1 and 14 days prior to developing symptoms. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue, and cough/shortness of breath. If you think you are sick, please stay home and contact your medical provider.

 

If it is determined by public health officials that the individual who tested positive may have exposed others, public health officials will contact those individuals directly and require them to self-isolate/monitor.

 

For additional information, rely on trusted sources of information like the State of Idaho’s COVID-19 website and the Centers for Disease Control. If you have specific questions that cannot be answered by these resources, you can call 2-1-1 or your local public health district.

 

Please remember that the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available as a confidential resource for employees. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR representative. Students may direct any questions to Student.Concern@cei.edu. Updates and additional information can be found on CEI’s COVID-19 pages: http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/ and http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/updates.

Sep
11
Fri

COVID-19 Update: Potential Exposures Weeks of 8/24/20 & 8/31/20


CEI has received information that a member(s) of the campus community (staff, faculty, and student) has tested positive for COVID-19. Individuals were not telecommuting prior to a positive test result. The potential risk of exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred in the following locations and days/times:

 

Building(s) #

Room(s) (if applicable)

Date(s)

Time

 3 & 5

 306, 525, hallways & lounge areas

 8/26, 8/27, 8/31, 9/1, & 9/2

 8:30am-4:30pm

 

All areas were properly cleaned and sanitized and the exposure is contained. Health information is considered confidential and cannot be disclosed by the college. Members of the campus community receiving this notice should respect the privacy of others by refraining from discussing this protected health information with anyone other than Human Resources or the Dean of Student Affairs. Students may report health concerns to the Dean of Student Affairs.
 

CEI will communicate directly with individuals who had direct contact with the individual(s) that tested positive.

 

Individuals may be sick with COVID-19 between 1 and 14 days prior to developing symptoms.  The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue, and cough/shortness of breath.  If you think you are sick, please stay home and contact your medical provider.
 

If it is determined by public health officials that the individual who tested positive may have exposed others, public health officials will contact those individuals directly and require them to self-isolate/monitor.

 

For additional information, rely on trusted sources of information like the State of Idaho’s COVID-19 website and the Centers for Disease Control. If you have specific questions that cannot be answered by these resources, you can call 2-1-1 or your local public health district.
 

Please remember that the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available as a confidential resource for employees. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR representative. Students may direct any questions to Student.Concern@cei.edu. Updates and additional information can be found on CEI’s COVID-19 pages: http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/ and http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/updates.

Sep
04
Fri

COVID-19 Update: Potential Exposures Week of 8/24/20


CEI has received information that a member(s) of the campus community (staff, faculty, and student) has tested positive for COVID-19. Individuals were on campus prior to a positive test result. The potential risk of exposure to COVID-19 may have occurred the week of 8/24/2020 in the following locations and times:

Building(s)

Room (if applicable)

Date

Time

3

341 & Hallways

8/26/20

9:00 -11:00am

5

529 & Hallways

8/27/20

2:30pm - 4:30pm

3,6, & 5

Primarily Bldg 3 & 6

8/28/20

8:00am - 5:00pm


All areas were properly cleaned and sanitized and the exposure is contained. Health information is considered confidential and cannot be disclosed by the college. Members of the campus community receiving this notice should respect the privacy of others by refraining from discussing this protected health information with anyone other than Human Resources or the Dean of Student Affairs. Students may report health concerns to the Dean of Student Affairs.

CEI will communicate directly with individuals who had direct contact with the individual(s) that tested positive.

Individuals may be sick with COVID-19 between 1 and 14 days prior to developing symptoms.  The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue, and cough/shortness of breath.  If you think you are sick, please stay home and contact your medical provider.

If it is determined by public health officials that the individual who tested positive may have exposed others, public health officials will contact those individuals directly and require them to self-isolate/monitor.

For additional information, rely on trusted sources of information like the State of Idaho’s COVID-19 website and the Centers for Disease Control. If you have specific questions that cannot be answered by these resources, you can call 2-1-1 or your local public health district.

Please remember that the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available as a confidential resource for employees. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR representative. Students may direct any questions to Student.Concern@cei.edu. Updates and additional information can be found on CEI’s COVID-19 pages: http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/ and http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/updates.

Note: CEI posts COVID-19-related information to our website once we have as we have sufficient facts and information to be of value.

Sep
03
Thu

CEI COVID-19 Campus Exposure Notification


We have received information that a colleague of the campus community of College of Eastern Idaho has tested positive for COVID-19 and has been on campus. The individual was not telecommuting prior to the positive test result. The individual was last on campus Friday, August 28, 2020, in Building 3, 6, and 5. The potential exposure risk from the individual occurred only in Building 6 and 3 from between 8:00am and 5:00pm on Friday, August 28th. Health information is considered confidential and cannot be disclosed by the college. Members of the campus community receiving this notice should respect the privacy of others by refraining from discussing this protected health information with anyone other than Human Resources or the Dean of Student Affairs. Students may report health concerns to the Dean of Student Affairs.

CEI will communicate directly with individuals who had direct contact with the individual that tested positive.

Individuals may be sick with COVID-19 between 1 and 14 days prior to developing symptoms. The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue, and cough/shortness of breath. If you think you are sick, please stay home and contact your medical provider.

If the individual who tested positive may have exposed others, public health officials will contact those individuals directly and require them to self-isolate/monitor.

For additional information, rely on trusted sources of information like the State of Idaho’s COVID-19 website and the Centers for Disease Control. If you have specific questions that cannot be answered by these resources, you can call 2-1-1 or your local public health district.

Please remember that the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available as a confidential resource for employees. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR representative. Students may direct any questions to Student.Concern@cei.edu. Updates can be found on CEI’s COVID-19 pages: http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/ and http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/updates.

Aug
28
Fri

CEI Self-Contained COVID-19 Campus Exposure Notification


We have received information that a member of the campus community of College of Eastern Idaho has tested positive for COVID-19 and has on been on campus.  The individual was not telecommuting prior to the positive test result.  The individual was on campus last on Saturday, August 22, 2020 in Building 2. The potential exposure risk from the individual occurred only in Building 2 from between 7:00am and 2:00pm on Saturday, August 22 in Room 220 only and the foyer entry. Health information is considered confidential and cannot be disclosed by the college. Members of the campus community receiving this notice should respect the privacy of others by refraining from discussing this protected health information with anyone other than Human Resources or the Dean of Student Affairs. Students may report health concerns to the Dean of Student Affairs.

 

CEI will communicate directly with individuals who had direct contact with the individual that tested positive.

 

Individuals may be sick with COVID-19 between 1 and 14 days prior to developing symptoms.  The most common symptoms of COVID-19 are fever, fatigue, and cough/shortness of breath.  If you think you are sick, please stay home and contact your medical provider.

 

If it is determined by public health officials that the individual who tested positive may have exposed others, public health officials will contact those individuals directly and require them to self-isolate/monitor.

 

For additional information, rely on trusted sources of information like the State of Idaho’s COVID-19 website and the Centers for Disease Control. If you have specific questions that cannot be answered by these resources, you can call 2-1-1 or your local public health district.

 

Please remember that the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is available as a confidential resource for employees. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact your supervisor or HR representative. Students may direct any questions to Student.Concern@cei.edu. Updates can be found on CEI’s COVID-19 pages: http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/ and http://www.cei.edu/covid-19-information/updates.

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