Current Campus Recommendations for Influenza-like Illnesses:
Irvine Valley College is adhering to the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and the Orange County Health Care Agency current recommendations regarding Influenza-like Illnesses.
As a reminder to all faculty, staff and students, these recommendations are:
- Keep yourself well through the use of good hygiene practices.
- Wash your hands frequently with soap and water or use hand sanitizer.
- Keep unwashed hands away from your face.
- Get yourself vaccinated with the seasonal influenza vaccine as soon as it is available.
- If you have influenza symptoms, a fever of 100F or greater, cough and sore throat, stay home!
- Do not attend class or other social functions until you are fever free without the use of fever-reducing medications such as Tylenol or Advil for at least 24 hours or you no longer have symptoms.
- See a Health Care Provider within 48 hours of the onset of your first symptom as antiviral medications may be prescribed.
Current Campus recommendations…
For Faculty and Staff:
- Notify your area Dean or Manager or Vice President of Instruction if you become ill with influenza symptoms and when your students are absent with self-reported influenza.
- Student influenza absences should be reported to the Student Health Center whenever possible.
- Provide a method for the student to keep up with his/her class assignments so that if he/she is ill with fever for more than a few days, he/she can complete your class.
Contact your instructors by voice or e-mail if you become ill with influenza symptoms.
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