Question Tag: quarantine

Has Brenau revised our protocols regarding COVID-19 exposure?

Oct 22, 2020

Brenau University’s COVID Task Force is aware of changes to CDC guidelines on Oct. 21, 2020 regarding the definition of close contact. At this time this change does not impact our protocols. If future changes are made in our protocols, we will inform the Brenau community and changes will be reflected on this site.

What procedures does Brenau follow for isolating people after positive diagnosis or exposure to COVID?

Aug 21, 2020

Health Services will be following the CDC guidelines for isolating positive cases and quarantining exposures. Once Health Services is notified of a positive case, that person will be contacted via phone. After assessing that person’s health and well being, contact tracing and isolation will begin. All individuals who are named as first degree exposures (someone […]

Will students, faculty and staff members need to quarantine for 14 days if they reside in another state and come to campus or after traveling out of state including before and during the semester?

Aug 21, 2020

No. The COVID-19 Task Force decided that students, faculty and staff do not need to quarantine after traveling out of state or if they reside in another state and come to campus. While the self check screening includes a question about out of state travel, those who complete the COVID-19 Screening Checklist and receive an […]

If I’m having coronavirus/flu symptoms can I continue with schooll?

Aug 16, 2020

No one displaying symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19 and/or flu is permitted to enter campus. Those already on campus must be self-isolating or in quarantine. During this time students may not attend any on-ground, face-to-face functions at any Brenau facility. If you are feeling well enough, though, you may attend any online or remote […]

What is the COVID-19 reporting requirement for students?

Jul 22, 2020

If a Brenau student (on-campus) exhibits symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19, that person MUST contact University Nurse Practitioner Sarah Davis at or 770-538-4447 and follow the instructions received. Should a case be positively identified, appropriate communications will go into effect as guided by the Georgia Department of Public Health. The university will then: […]