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Faculty & Staff COVID-19 Reporting

Reporting Infected, Suspected or Close Contact with known infected individual Cases

The University requests that all faculty and staff who become infected, suspected or exposed-close contact under the definitions noted below self-report utilizing the COVID-19 Case Report to the Office of Covid-19 Response. In addition, if any employee of the University receives a first-hand report of someone who is infected, suspected or exposed-close contact, they should be referred immediately to the Office of COVID-19 Response and the recipient of the report should complete the COVID-19 Case Report.

Upon submission of the report, the individual who is infected, suspected or exposed-close contact will receive an email along with additional guidance and next steps. If the employee is scheduled to be on campus they should notify their supervisor. If an employee originally submits a COVID-19 Case Report for a suspected case or exposure-close contact to COVID-19 and later tests positive for infection, they should report as soon as they are able to the Office of COVID-19 response that they have a medically confirmed case of COVID-19. The Office of COVID-19 Response will monitor active cases to ensure compliance with procedures listed below.

The University of Wisconsin-Green Bay has established a process by which students, faculty or staff may be exempt from certain COVID-19 Protocols based on providing verified vaccination records through the applicable confidential, electronic process.  In order to apply for an exemption an individual must have received a full administration of the applicable vaccination not less than fourteen days prior to applying for the exemption.
 
  • Faculty and Staff can find the exemption application process here 
In addition, within the Matrix below an individual needs to have applied for the initial exemption through the above process and have a current vaccination in order to be exempt from certain protocols. Based on CDC guidance found on cdc.gov below is what defines an individual has having a current vaccination: An individual is considered current in their vaccination status if they have received one of the following:
  • A 2-dose series of an mRNA COVID-19 vaccine (Pfizer-BioNTech or Moderna), or
  • A single-dose COVID-19 vaccine (Johnson & Johnson’s Janssen vaccine
   AND

The last administration of the vaccine occurred:
  • Pfizer-BioNTech; within 5 months
  • Moderna: within 6 months
  • Johnson & Johnson: within 2 months
If your last administration of a vaccine occurred beyond the above timelines, to be fully vaccinated you will need to have received an approved booster of the vaccine.

For full information about current COVID-19 protocol, please see the Spring 2022 COVID-19 Protocol Matrix.