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Testing, Tracing, and Reporting

Your Health and Safety Is Our First Priority

Positive Cases Reported Since March 2020

Total: 7 Employees and 5 Students
November 2020: 4 Employees and 2 Students

Last updated: 11/16/2020 at 8:30 a.m.

2020:
October: 0 Employees and 1 Student
September: 2 Employees and 1 Student
August: 0 Employees and 0 Students
July: 0 Employees and 0 Students
June: 0 Employees and 0 Students
May: 0 Employees and 0 Students
April: 0 Employees and 0 Students
March: 1 Employee and 1 Student

See College communications about reported cases.

Montgomery College is committed to protecting the health and safety of students, faculty, staff, and visitors.

Starting in March 2020, the College has monitored and reported any cases of COVID-19 on our campuses and other MC locations. The College has operated in a remote-only instructional mode since March 13, 2020, with very limited in-person instruction during the Summer II session and fall semester. A small number of employees, performing essential duties to maintain campus facilities and other tasks, have worked on the campuses during this time. Only those students and employees who have been approved for on-campus instruction or work are included in the COVID-19 case reporting.

Reporting

Any positive COVID-19 test results, possible exposures, or other concerns must be reported to Public Safety at 240-567-3333 or publicsafety@montgomerycollege.edu. All reports are confidential. Response actions will be initiated by Environmental Safety.

MC is requiring that all students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors who have been approved to be on campus complete a Daily Symptom Self-Assessmentnew window for COVID-19 before returning to an MC facility.

Employees and students must also complete required training before returning to campus.

COVID-19 Testing Information

Contact Tracing

Should Montgomery College become aware that a student or employee with authorized campus access tests positive for COVID-19 or becomes ill with a suspected case, only those individuals who the College knows or reasonably believes had face-to-face contact or were in close proximity with this person will be notified. Those in the classroom, lab, or other building space shared by this person—along with facilities and public safety workers who may have been in the affected space—will be informed and advised to contact a healthcare provider as soon as possible.

Maryland’s COVID-19 Contact Tracing

If you get a call from 240-466-4488 or MD COVID, answer the call and stop the spread.

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