As a fully vaccinated resident living in on-campus housing, if another resident that I work with or have spent time with contracts COVID-19, will I be required to isolate or quarantine?

No, based on current health requirements, fully vaccinated individuals will not need to quarantine as long as you do not develop any symptoms. However, if you are determined to be a close contact, you would need to get a COVID test 3-5 days after being exposed and wear a face covering when you are in a public area for a full 14 days. If you do become infected with COVID-19 you will need to isolate for 10 days, plus an additional 24 hours after the symptoms have improved. Make sure to review the current OSU Isolation & Quarantine guidelines for the latest requirements, as these may change.

Last Modified: 
September 9, 2021