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Faculty, Staff and Contractors

Faculty, staff, contractors and students newly approved to work on campus in Spring 2021

 

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Residential Students

Students approved to live on campus in Spring 2021

 

Students traveling from a non-Georgetown location in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

Students traveling from any state or country outside of Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

  • Complete the Spring 2021 Affirmation.
  • Become a One Medical member using your NetID email. As part of registration, you must authorize One Medical to receive COVID-19 test results and health data self-reported through the mobile application and to release COVID-19 test results and daily risk assessment information reported through the mobile application to Georgetown.
    • Georgetown will continue to comply with all applicable privacy, confidentiality and public health laws related to collection and maintenance of testing and other health-related records.
    • Instructions for Registering for a One Medical Account With a Computer
    • If you have a personal account with One Medical, you will need to convert your account to a Georgetown University account. Please email hello@onemedical.com with your name, date of birth and your Georgetown email address so a team member can convert your account.
  • Activate your GOCard at least two days prior to your assigned move-in date
  • Return the free COVID-19 testing home kit within 72 hours prior to your return to Washington, DC, and self-quarantine following the test. Do not travel if your test is positive. 
    • You must review and update your primary address in your One Medical account via the account profile to match the address where the kit should be shipped at least seven days prior to your return.
    • Students traveling from non-U.S. locations should get tested with a third-party health care provider and send your test results directly to Georgetown’s chief public health officer at covid19-test-results@georgetown.edu.
  • Fill out the COVID-19 Daily Check-in survey in the GU360 app before arriving on campus. Information from this survey will be used to assist the University with providing health and other services for anyone who may or does have COVID-19, as well as helping to prevent exposure to those community members who do not have the virus.
  • Get a second test upon arrival to campus, then begin self-quarantining.
  • Get a third test three to five days after arriving in DC.
    • Upon notification from a care navigator of a negative result from your third test you may exit self-quarantine.
  • Get retested regularly in accordance with the Georgetown University COVID-19 Testing Protocol. All residential students must get tested twice each week. Ideally, tests should be taken three to five days apart.
  • Follow all public health instructions about quarantine and isolation.
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Neighborhood Students

Students living in the Neighborhoods of Georgetown, Burleith of Foxhall in Spring 2021

 

Students traveling from a non-Georgetown location in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

Students traveling from any state or country outside of Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

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Non-Residential Students Studying on Campus

Non-residential students coming to campus in Spring 2021 for class or studying

 

Students traveling from a non-Georgetown location in Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

Students traveling from any state or country outside of Washington, DC, Maryland or Virginia

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