This page contains information on how to report possible cases and where to find support, guidance and information on symptoms, testing, self-isolation and related health concerns.
It is really important that everyone at the University works together to control the spread of COVID-19
It is particularly important that we all - students and staff - let the University know immediately if we have one or more of the symptoms of COVID-19. This enables us to work with you, your house/flat mates, and public health authorities to keep everyone as safe as possible.
ANY of the following: (as of 18/05/20)
- A high temperature
- A new, continuous cough
- A loss of, or change to, your sense of smell or taste
See the latest list here: symptoms
- See Government advice on how to get tested here: Coronavirus - getting tested
- See also the NHS webpage on getting tested here: Get a free NHS test
If you have problems using the online service, call 119 - lines are open 7am to 11pm.
Stay at home / self-isolation guidance for households
If you have symptoms you and your house/flat mates must self-isolate for 14 days or until your test is negative.
- See the government guidance here: Stay at home guidance
- See also the NHS guidance on when and how to self-isolate here: When to self isolate and what to do
If you need medical advice about your symptoms
Get help at: NHS 111 online coronavirus service
Mental health and wellbeing guidance
See the Government guidance on health and wellbeing here: Health and Wellbeing during Coronavirus
University Coronavirus web page
See the University's web page with information relating to coronavirus here: Coronavirus webpage
- for wellbeing or mental health issues - email: Wellbeing@chi.ac.uk
- for housing and food support - email: Accommodation@chi.ac.uk
- for non-emergency health issues - email: Studenthealth@chi.ac.uk or text or call 07739 983703
- for support related to COVID-19 symptoms and testing - email: Covidreport@chi.ac.uk