There have been important changes to guidelines from the Welsh Government you must adhere to. Self-isolation has changed when somebody in your household has coronavirus symptoms or has tested positive for coronavirus.
If you live with someone who has developed symptoms or has tested positive for coronavirus
If someone in your household has symptoms or has tested positive and you are fully vaccinated you should self-isolate and take a PCR test. If your test is negative you can stop isolating. You should remain vigilant for new symptoms, and try to avoid contact with vulnerable family and friends in the short-term.
If someone in your household has tested positive and you are not fully vaccinated you should self-isolate for 10 days. You should take a PCR test on day 2 and day 8. You should self-isolate for 10 days even if your tests are negative.
If you have any coronavirus symptoms (a high temperature, a new continuous cough or a loss or change of taste or smell), you should self-isolate at home and get a test. You should not go to a GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital. Self-isolation means that you do not leave the house.
Please remember that you must notify MyUniSupport if you have symptoms of or have tested positive for Covid-19; or if you are isolating or quarantining.
To help us ensure we can support you it is important that you take some time to update your contact details, term address, phone numbers etc and your current mode of study (online or on campus) via your Intranet Account.
For the full guidelines please go to https://gov.wales/self-isolation
Student Partnership and Engagement Manager Monday November 1st, 2021
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