All Things Covid-19
Keeping You Safe on Campus
When to report? IMMEDIATELY for any of the following conditions
- As soon as COVID like symptoms appear (no matter how minor)
- If you are asymptomatic but decide to test, report as soon as you get a positive diagnosis.
Who & where to report to:
Students – email your instructors, and report at https://www.maricopa.edu/covid-19
Employees – email both your Supervisor, and firstname.lastname@example.org and report at https://www.maricopa.edu/covid-19
Individuals with COVID-like Symptoms or tested positive for COVID-19: (Regardless of Vaccine Status)
Isolate yourself for a minimum of 5 days and monitor your symptoms. You are able to return to in-person classes/work when all 4 of the following CDC criteria have been met:
We are confident in our cleaning procedures but letting us know if you’ve been on campus while sick will allow us to apply extra steps to those spaces which have been exposed.
PVCC’s guiding principle during this pandemic is protecting the safety, health, and well-being of our students, employees and visitors. PVCC is following guidance from the CDC and from local and state health officials, implementing a number of measures so that we all can do our part to help keep each other safe.
Students, employees, and visitors are encouraged to wear face masks while indoors in all buildings and classrooms as a precaution to protect those still vulnerable to the virus. PVCC can provide you with a face mask upon request: https://www.myschoolbuilding.com/myschoolbuilding/myrequest.asp (If you need immediately, you can follow up this request by calling 602-787-7875)
- We encourage everyone on campus to observe reasonable social distancing practices and recognize others’ right to do so. PVCC will retain certain protection equipment for the foreseeable future. We ask everyone to respect and care for each other; to understand that everyone has a unique perspective from which they are dealing with the pandemic
- Our facilities staff will continue their increased cleaning and sanitation schedules designed to help stop the spread and supported both by CDC and AZ Health Dept.