Telling us you are self-isolating or have tested positive for coronavirus
You will need to tell us if you are developing symptoms of coronavirus (Covid-19), testing positive or are self-isolating so that we can help you get the support you need.
Who to tell if you are self-isolating
Let your school know by completing the online absence notification available on Minerva – once you’ve logged in, click on the Student Services icon in the top right hand corner to find the form
- If you live in University Residences, report that you are self-isolating through the Residences reporting webpage.
- If you need to self-isolate on arrival in the UK, please see our information about how to book travel, arrival and self-isolation support.
- If you have questions about what you can or can’t do while self-isolating, you can contact email@example.com. You can also contact LUU Help and Support for confidential help and advice.
If, while self-isolating you develop symptoms, you will need to book a test. If the test proves positive, follow the advice below.
Who to contact if you have tested positive for Covid-19
- If you have tested positive for covid-19 you will need to tell us through our reporting Covid webpage or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org . Please continue to follow the guidance provided with your test result.
- If you live in University residences, complete the Residences reporting form so that we appropriate arrangements will be made to provide necessary pastoral and practical support.
- You should also contact your school by completing the online absence notification form available on Minerva – once you’ve logged in, click on the Student Services icon in the top right-hand corner to find the form.
Who to tell if you’re Covid-19 test result has come back negative
If you experienced symptoms, took a covid test and received a negative result, then you will be free to return to normal when you feel well enough to do so. But if you were required to self-isolate as a close contact of a person who had tested positive, then a negative test result does not change the self-isolation period and you must continue to self-isolate.
If live in University residences and you no longer need to self-isolate, contact email@example.com to let them know.
Got a question?
If you are unsure about what you can or can’t do while self-isolating and have any other questions, you can read through further self-isolating advice on our dedicated coronavirus website