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- New York State Department of Health Latest News
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General Testing Information
Please see the below for the surveillance testing requirements for employees during the Spring 2022 semester. More information will be forthcoming on how to sign up for testing.
Vaccinated - unreported booster status
At least once during semester
Vaccinated - with booster
Exempt from testing
Please note that if you tested positive for COVID-19 within the last 90 days, you are exempt from surveillance testing for 90 days from your positive test. Please send evidence of the positive test result to email@example.com (Campus Auxiliary Services employees should report positive results to firstname.lastname@example.org)
- COVID-19 Testing App
- COVID-19 Testing App User Guide
- Employee Testing FAQs
- Employee Self-testing Instructions
Effective April 4, the College will be mask optional for all individuals. Those who are unvaccinated or unboosted are strongly encouraged to continue masking.
Please note that individuals who are completing quarantine and isolation must wear a mask under the New York State Department of Health’s guidelines.
In addition, masks are still required in the following areas:
- Lauderdale Health Center
- South Village Health Center
- COVID-19 Testing Centers in Sturges Hall
The College reserves the right to require masks at specific events or reinstate mask requirements if conditions change.
The updated masking policy was developed in consultation with the Livingston County Department of Health (LCDOH) and in alignment with current CDC guidelines. Our campus has maintained low positivity rates, including in recent post-spring break weeks. Plus, we have high vaccination rates for both students and employees. What’s more, the CDC continues to categorize Livingston County’s community-level transmission as low.
Individuals are encouraged and welcome to use a mask if they choose to do so. One-way masking has proven helpful in protecting the mask wearer. Medical paper masks will continue to be available in dispensers throughout campus. We will continue to monitor campus, local, and state conditions and make adjustments as needed in consultation with the LCDOH.
Employees whose health condition falls within one of the CDC high-risk categories or is pregnant may seek a temporary COVID-19 workplace adjustment using the SUNY Geneseo Reasonable Accommodation request process located in the Office of Diversity and Equity webpage.