COVID-19 Announcement: 5 New Cases

September 10, 2021

Fullerton College has learned of five news cases of COVID-19 on-campus in the last weekly reporting cycle.

  • On August 31, a student learned of their positive results. The student developed symptoms on August 30 and was last on campus on August 25.
  • On September 1, a student learned of their positive results. The student developed symptoms on August September 1 and was last on campus on August 31.
  • On September 4, a student learned of their positive results. The student developed symptoms on September 1 and was last on campus on September 1.
  • On September 6, a student learned of their positive results. The student developed symptoms on August 31 and was last on campus on August 31.
  • On September 6, a student learned of their positive results. The student developed symptoms on September 4 and was last on campus on September 2.

Fullerton College aims to release information about on-campus COVID exposures on a weekly basis if an exposure occurred in the week prior. In the event anyone is directly impacted by an exposure or a potential exposure on campus, they will receive guidance from the college before and apart from the public announcements.

TOTAL CONFIRMED, ON-CAMPUS COVID-19 POSITIVE STUDENTS
SINCE SPRING 2020: 49

 

Help Us Reach #HiveImmunity

The best way to assure a smooth and safe return to campus is by striving for widespread vaccinations #HiveImmunity. On August 24, the North Orange County Community College District Board of Trustees voted to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for all employees, and for students enrolled in on-campus classes with allowances for religious or medical exemptions as defined by law. Those who are not vaccinated will be provided free weekly COVID-19 tests. The due date for students taking on-campus classes and all employees to be fully vaccinated is November 1. More information is available on the Safety First page.