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Coronavirus Updates

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The Washington State Department of Health has established a call center to address questions from the public. If you have questions please call 1-800-525-0127 and press #.

Community Colleges of Spokane will update this page when any relevant developments occur. This page was last updated Oct. 28, 2020​.

 

COVID Questions and Answers

  • When can I come back to campus? See this Scenarios Checklist to know when it is OK to return to work or school after testing positive, having symptoms or being exposed to someone with COVID.
  • If you are experiencing COVID-like symptoms, are living with someone who has COVID, or you have COVID and are in isolation or quarantine, do not come to campus. Notify your instructor or your supervisor.
  • What does close contact mean? Close contacts are people who have been within 6 feet of a person infected with COVID-19 for at least 15 minutes regardless of whether the person was wearing a mask of respiratory personal protective equipment.
  • Looking for FAQs for faculty and staff? Or signs to reprint for posting? Go to the intranet here. Sign in using your email address and the same password you use to get into your computer.

 


For Visitors

The SFCC campus and CCS District Office are closed to drop-in visitors but open to visitors by appointment due to the coronavirus pandemic. The SCC campus is open to visitors. All visitors will have to complete a health attestation verifying they do not have any symptoms of COVID-19. The online health attestation is at this link and visitors are encouraged to complete it before arriving on campus. A paper attestation will be available if you forget. 

If you want to visit the SFCC campus or the CCS District Office, please contact the department or person who can help you and ask about making arrangements to visit. Connections are at the links below.
 

   



Stay Informed

Where can I find information in different languages?

The Washington State Department of Health website has information in 11 languages.

 

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