Daily Wellness Check
Effective Monday, July 20, 2020 all individuals coming to campus will be required to 1) Monitor themselves for symptoms of the Coronavirus, and 2) Receive a clearance certificate from the Daily Wellness Check ("survey") before beginning work each day (in which they are physically in the workplace). Employees include all faculty, staff, student interns, and student workers.
Employees who are not able to take the survey remotely will be required to complete it on campus before beginning each work day. Check with your supervisor regarding the worksite computer access, which will be made available to ensure completion. These protocols also apply if you work or study at UC-leased or affiliated properties, unless the facility has expressly provided different instructions.
UCR will keep information about an individual's symptoms confidential, accessible only to those with a need to know in order to address the situation. The information will not be maintained in personnel files.
Here's how it works:
- Complete the online survey via computer, smartphone, or on campus.
- Review the on-screen notice. If you are clear to report to campus a "Certificate of Clearance" will display. Otherwise, you will receive a bright message indicating that you are not to report to work.
- Follow instructions sent to your email. Certificates will be sent to the address provided by the employee. If advised to stay home, follow your department protocol for calling off work. Adhere to instructions provided via the survey, hotline, medical physician, or the Department of Public Health.
Sign in to Google
In order for the survey to auto fill identifying information (name and e-mail address), you will need to login to Google with your campus credentials UCRNetID@ucr.edu (for example: firstname.lastname@example.org). This may require you to logout of Google using your personal accounts.
If this is the first time you are logging into Google with your campus credentials, you will need to create a new Google OAuth account. Either select “Create a New Account” or “Add Another Account” and enter your using your campus credentials UCRNetID@ucr.edu. You will then be directed to the UCR NetID single sign-on screen. Don't have a UCRNetID?
Standard Operating Procedure
- Guidance. Refer to the COVID-19 Symptom monitoring and reporting procedures for more information.
- Positive case? Refer to the "Response to suspected COVID-19 cases: Guide for Department Leads, Supervisors, Chairs".
COVID & Me webinar
View the “COVID & Me” webinar to learn about what we are doing to keep you safe though the use of technology, guidelines, and services around campus.
• 1-hour long interactive webinar
• Topics include: a review of the Daily Wellness Check Survey, Employee Case Investigations, Flue Shot Clinic, Employee COVID-19 testing, Campus Standard Operating Procedures, and Return to Work Campus Guidelines.
Daily Wellness Survey Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Requirement: All individuals coming to campus are required to complete the Daily Wellness Check survey before coming to campus each day.
- Do I need to set up a new Google account?
UCR faculty, staff and students have existing Google accounts through RSpace (RWeb) under ‘authorized apps’ à Google email and calendar.
- How do I login using my Google account?
To access your UCR Google Account, UCR NetID is required (i.e. UCRNetID@ucr.edu – ex. email@example.com – first name, last initial)
- What if my department is not listed?
Select the “department not listed option” and e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. The department will be added to the list.
- What should I do if I did not receive my certificate of clearance?
Confirm you entered the correct e-mail address. After confirming you entered the correct e-mail address, e-mail email@example.com to notify them of the error and include your contact information.
- Individuals without a NetID / SSO login (i.e. vendors and/or contractors)
Vendors and/or contractors should discuss how to complete the survey with the department supervisor.
- I chose ‘not to disclose’ then the survey crashed. What now?
If this error message occurs, Contact campus IT at (951) 827-4741.
- When trying to submit the survey, I am prompted with ‘too many failed attempts.’
Report this error by emailing a screenshot to firstname.lastname@example.org. In order to receive clearance, call the UCR COVID-19 Wellness Hotline at (844) 827-6827.