COVID-19 Reporting at Humber: When and How to Report

Remember to monitor your symptoms daily, wear a mask, and physically distance. Do not come to campus if you are sick or think you are sick.

If you have been on campus in the past 14 days or plan to be on campus in the next 14 days (including students in residence)

Identify and click the scenario that applies to you

Tested positive for COVID-19
  1. Do not come to campus.
  2. Contact Humber to confidentially report to covidreporting@humber.ca or 416.675.5007
  3. Inform your professor or manager 
  4. You can return to campus when you have self-isolated for 14 days AND have been 72 hours without symptoms 
Feeling sick or have COVID-19 symptoms
Find the list of symptoms here
  1. Do not come to campus.
  2. Contact your physician or Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 and or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  3. Contact Humber to confidentially report to covidreporting@humber.ca or 416.675.5007
  4. Inform your professor or manager that you are sick
  5. Self-isolate for 14 days
  6. If advised, get tested
  7. You can return to campus when you have self-isolated for 14 days AND have been 72 hours without symptoms
Been in close contact (less than 6-feet, no mask, longer than 15 mins) with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
  1. Do not come to campus.
  2. Contact your physician or Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  3. Contact Humber to confidentially report to covidreporting@humber.ca or 416.675.5007
  4. Self-monitor for symptoms, self-isolate for 14 days
  5. If advised, get tested
  6. Inform your professor or manager
Been in contact with someone who has symptoms but does not yet have a positive test
  1. Contact your physician, Telehealth at 1-888-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  2. As long as you continue to pass the Humber Guardian App Self-Screening, you are able to attend campus. 
Have questions about COVID-19 at Humber
  1. Visit humber.ca/updateshumber.ca/campus-return or humber.ca/hroe/hr/health-safety/covid-19-resources for information and FAQs
  2. Speak to your professor or manager

If you have NOT been on campus in the past 14 days and do NOT plan to be on campus in the next 14 days

Identify and click the scenario that applies to you

Tested positive for COVID-19
  1. Inform your professor or manager that you are sick and that you have not been on campus.
  2. Follow regular sick leave procedures (employees) 
  3. Staff requiring accommodations should contact Senior Abilities and Accommodations Specialist Hiren Patel (hiren.patel@humber.ca), students needing academic considerations should contact their professor(s)
Feeling sick or have COVID-19 symptoms
Find the list of symptoms here
  1. Contact your physician or Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  2. Inform your professor or manager that you are sick 
  3. Self-isolate for 14 days 
  4. If advised, get tested 
  5. If your work is impacted, speak with your professor or manager
Think you may have COVID
  1. Contact your physician or Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  2. If advised, get tested
  3. If your work is impacted, speak with your professor or manager
Been in close contact (less than 6-feet, no mask, longer than 15 mins) with someone who has tested positive for COVID-19
  1. Contact your physician or Telehealth at 1-866-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
  2. Self-monitor for symptoms, self-isolate for 14 days 
  3. If advised, get tested 
  4. Inform your professor or manager 
Been in contact with someone who has symptoms but does not yet have a positive test
  1. Contact your physician, Telehealth at 1-888-797-0000 and/or visit https://covid-19.ontario.ca/self-assessment/
Have questions about COVID-19 at Humber
  1. Visit humber.ca/updateshumber.ca/campus-return or humber.ca/hroe/hr/health-safety/covid-19-resources for information and FAQs 
  2. Speak to your professor or manager