Resources for Coronavirus Information
What to do if you think you've been exposed to COVID-19
- Stay home and isolate yourself. A widely recommended isolation period is 14 days. Do not go to work or school.
- Notify your professor / PI.
- Get in touch with your primary care physician (i.e. your doctor), who may give you a referral for a diagnostic test.
- Student Health and Counseling Services website, for Student Health Insurance Plan holders (as of 7/13/2020, testing is available only for people showing symptoms).
- If you need a test but cannot get a referral from your doctor, see below for other options for getting tested.
- If you test positive, you are required to report it here.
How to get tested for COVID-19
The primary way to get tested for COVID-19 should be a referral by your doctor. Alternative options are given below.
- New testing sites in Yolo County : Freely available testing, posted 7/17/2020
- Yolo County Health & Human Services : As of 7/11/2020, free COVID testing locations and dates are viewable under "Events".
- Testing sites opening in Sacramento County (last checked 7/9/2020).
- UC Davis Health coronavirus testing information
- Map of testing sites near Davis (working as of 7/12/2020).
- FDA emergency use authorization approved at-home test kits are available for $119 (working as of 7/27/2020).
On July 31, 2020, campus has released its reopening plan for the new academic year.
As of June 1, 2020, on-campus research has entered Phase 2 of the ramp-up plan.