It is expected that anyone who has tested positive or has been exposed to the virus follow self isolation protocols immediately. The college ensures that any student or staff member who contracts the virus will be supported and given necessary assistance during their isolation period. The college is working to notify all individuals who come in contact with an exposure, and ensures that buildings are cleaned after an exposure occurs.

It is advised by the college and the Public Health Authority that all members of the community adhere to public health standards, basic health and cleaning habits and to get the COVID-19 vaccine.

Number of reported COVID-19 exposures on CCC campuses. Graphic by Joseph Lohmolder. Last updated on May 4, 2022.

 

Percentage of COVID-19 exposures based on campus locations. Graphic by Joseph Lohmolder. Last updated on May 4, 2022.

All persons who test positive for COVID-19, have been exposed to the virus or are aware of another person who has tested positive or been exposed to the virus, should contact their instructors, a supervisor or College Safety (503-594-6650).

This map illustrates the location and date of each individual COVID-19 exposure.

Clackamas Community College has provided information regarding the college’s safety protocols, what to do if you are sick as well as information on quarantining and testing on their Return to Campus webpage.

Click here for information on COVID-19 testing on the Harmony Campus. Click here for more COVID-19 testing resources. There are free testing kits available at all three CCC campuses. You can also order free COVID-19 tests to be sent to your home from here.

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Joseph Lohmolder

Joseph Lohmolder is the Managing Editor for the Clackamas Print. He was the previous News Editor. Joe has been on staff at The Clackamas Print and a member of the Digital Media Communications program since the fall of 2020. In his free time, Joseph enjoys writing and taking photos.

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