Guidance on COVID-19

Are you experiencing symptoms of COVID-19? They include:

  • Fever (over 100.4ºF) or chills
  • New loss of smell or taste
  • Cough
  • Muscle aches
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • New or unusual headache
  • New onset of any gastrointestinal symptoms (such as nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or loss of appetite)

  • DO NOT go/stay on campus, return to your place of residence
  • Report your positive test result or exposure to COVID-19 by filling out the short form at www.rtc.edu/exposed.
  • If you require medical attention, contact your primary care physician.
  • Await a call from the King County Public Health for contact tracing purposes.

Follow RTC's "COVID-19 Safety Plan," specifically under "when to self-quarantine":

  • Stay at home or place of residence until you can get a medical evaluation.
  • Separate yourself from others and wear a face covering in non-private spaces.

  • Complete the Campus Access Form. (For accountability purposes, DO NOT go to campus).
  • Consult with your primary care physician.
  • Make arrangements with your faculty instructor for attendance and/or assignments.

  • Complete the Campus Access Form. (For accountability purposes, DO NOT go to campus).
  • Inform Campus Security by calling 425-235-7871 or emailing security@rtc.edu.
  • Consult with your primary care physician.
  • Coordinate with your supervisor and/or students (if applicable).

Have you been in contact with someone who has been diagnosed with or tested positive for COVID-19?

Close contact?

  • Complete the Campus Access Form. (For accountability purposes, DO NOT go to campus).
  • Consult with your primary care physician.
  • Make arrangements with your faculty instructor for attendance and/or assignments.

  • Complete the Campus Access Form. (For accountability purposes, DO NOT go to campus).
  • Inform Campus Security by calling 425-235-7871 or emailing security@rtc.edu.
  • Consult with your primary care physician.
  • Coordinate with your supervisor and/or students (if applicable).

Practice social distancing, good hygiene, wear a face covering, and monitor your symptoms.

Practice social distancing and good hygiene, and wear a face covering.