California State University San Marcos follows the guidelines of county, state and federal public health officials and other authorities when addressing coronavirus (COVID-19) cases involving its students, faculty and staff.
Wearing a mask or face covering and avoiding touching your face can significantly reduce the risk of spreading COVID to others or contracting COVID, and provides an important barrier to prevent the spread of COVID.
Close contact with someone who has COVID-19 is defined by public health officials as someone who has:
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Information is still evolving. If you are unsure you should consult your doctor.
|Fever||Rare||High (100-102 F)||Common|
|Headache||Rare||Intense||Can be present|
|General Aches, Pains||Slight||Usual, often sever||Can be present|
|Fatigue, Weakness||Mild||Intense, Can last up to 2-3 weeks||Can be present|
|Extreme Exhaustion||Never||Usual (starts early)||Can be present|
|Stuffy Nose||Common||Sometimes||Has been reported|
|Sneezing||Usual||Sometimes||Has been reported|
|Sore Throat||Common||Common||Has been reported|
|Cough||Mild to moderate||Common, can become severe||Common|
|Shortness of Breath||Rare||Rare||In more serious infections|