What to do if...

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Everyone has the ability to help reduce the impact of COVID-19 on our community. The University’s primary concern continues to be the health and safety of all members of the U of T community. It is important at these times that we all remember to observe the University’s commitment to human rights and our values of diversity, inclusion, and respect.


The University's Environmental Health & Safety website has easy to access information to help guide you through your next steps in different scenarios related to COVID-19, including:

  • What to do if you feel sick during in-person activities and need assistance
  • If you are symptomatic or test positive
  • Live in a household with someone who is symptomatic or tests positive
  • Came into close contact with someone who is symptomatic or tests positive
  • Completed the isolation period and are ready to return to campus

As of May 1, 2022, UCheck is no longer required for daily self-assessments prior to arriving on campus. However, you can continue to voluntarily upload your proof of vaccination (when required) or add your booster dose. You can use the provincial health screening tool to complete a COVID-19 self-assessment for yourself or someone else.

Stay connected

There are simple things you can do now to make sure that critical university communication reaches you in a timely way: