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If you have been identified as a close contact and develop symptoms, please follow the steps on the page If You Are Sick.

If you have been in close contact to someone who has recently been confirmed as having COVID-19 but you are not currently experiencing symptoms, follow CDC guidance.

Symptomatic and exposure-based testing

  • Students contact Health Service at 617-627-3350 for instructions.
  • Employees should stay (or return) home and contact the Jumbo Health Center at jumbohealthcenter@marathon-health.com or 617-627-0467, or contact their primary care physician (PCP) to discuss their symptoms. Employees should receive symptom or exposure-based testing if advised by their clinician, and testing should be done through their PCP’s service; they should not return to campus until they have been cleared to return to work by their physician and should keep in communication with their direct supervisor or manager.
  • Please do not walk into either Health Services or the Jumbo Heath Center without an appointment.
  • Students who develop symptoms and need to be tested for symptomatic reasons should call the Boston Testing Center at 617-636-3686 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, to discuss your symptoms and the appropriate next steps with a clinician. In some cases, the clinician may decide it is best for you to be seen in a clinic at Tufts Medical Center or they might decide you should be seen at the testing center for a COVID-19 test. If you need emergency care, call 911 or go to your local emergency room. The testing center is not open on the weekends. For non-emergency situations, you should call your primary care provider’s office to discuss options.
  • Employees should stay (or return) home and contact the Jumbo Health Center at jumbohealthcenter@marathon-health.com or 617-627-0467, or call the Boston Testing Center at 617-636-3686 between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday, to discuss your symptoms and the appropriate next steps with a clinician. their primary care physician (PCP) to discuss their symptoms. Employees should receive symptom or exposure-based testing if advised by their clinician, and testing should be done through their PCP’s service; they should not return to campus until they have been cleared to return to work by their physician and should keep in communication with their direct supervisor or manager.

Faculty, staff, house officers, or any students should contact their primary health care provider or contact a local urgent care center. If you are feeling unwell, please do not come to campus.

Employees should receive symptom or exposure-based testing if advised by their clinician, and testing should be done through their PCP’s service; they should not return to campus until they have been cleared to return to work by their physician and should keep in communication with their direct supervisor or manager.