I am isolating, who do I need to tell?
There are several reasons why you may be self-isolating:
- You may have symptoms of Covid-19 and be waiting to take a test or find out your results
- You may have had a positive Covid-19 diagnosis
- You may live with or have been in close contact with someone who is symptomatic or had a positive test result
Please follow these steps to ensure we are able to provide you with appropriate support.
I am symptomatic but I have not yet taken a test or I am waiting for the results of my test
If you are isolating whilst you await a test result or, if you have tested positive, you need to complete the Academic Self-Isolation Notification form.
This will be shared with your School so that digital attendance registers are updated.
If your isolation end date has changed following the result of your test and you have already filled in the Self-Isolation form, you will need to update your form with your new isolation end date.
I have already taken a test and have a positive result
I am not symptomatic, but I have been told to self-isolate
You may have been told to self-isolate by the NHS Test and Trace app, by the University, by a close contact who has tested positive, or by members of your household.
If you are in University halls of residence and your household is not isolating as a group already, but you have been advised to isolate individually as a close contact, please email email@example.com and they will arrange catering for the period of your isolation.
If you are living in private accommodation in Loughborough and require support, please contact your contact your Community Warden.
If you are a student at our London campus please follow the instructions of your accommodation provider. If you need assistance then please email Londonfirstname.lastname@example.org.