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COVID-19 Resources: COVID-19 Resources

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The COVID-19 pandemic is extremely stressful and it is vitally important to not panic. In addition to practicing good hygiene and social distancing, the next best way to prepare for what is to come is to stay informed and to be able to separate fact and fiction. This guide provides resources for the Highline College community and its aim is to bring information and peace in a time of uncertainty and fear.

Highline COVID-19 Dashboard

Highline Vaccine Clinic and Testing

Free COVID-19 Testing

Current COVID-19 Guidelines

Coming to Campus

I have been in close contact with an individual with COVID-19 or notified that I was in close contact, what do I do?

When there is an individual with COVID-19 in the classroom/other areas on campus Public Safety completes a case investigation. Individuals identified as having been in close contact will be notified.

You are required to quarantine (not come to campus) for five days if you:

• Are unvaccinated for COVID-19 • Have completed 2-doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine over 6 months ago but are not boosted • Have completed one dose of J&J over two months ago and are not boosted

We encourage you to get a COVID-19 test on day five to confirm you do not have the virus before returning to campus. Upon returning to campus, a good fitting face mask is required to be worn at all times.

You are not required to quarantine and can attend class/use services on campus with a good fitting face mask worn at all times if you:

• Are vaccinated for COVID-19 and have received a booster • Have completed the 2-doses of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine within the last 6 months • Have completed the 1-dose of J&J within the past 2 month

Last updated: 3-17-2022

Highline Resources

COVID and Campus Resources

3 Years into a Pandemic, what does that mean?

Information about Variants

Local and State COVID-19 Information

Trusted Sources for Information

COVID-19 Vaccines

Treatments for COVID-19

COVID-19 vs. The FLU

The internet is a BIG place. Learn the facts about the facts.

The internet has become a very important source of health information for users. There is a lot of false and misleading health information out there. 

Information Overload??

Access to King County Library System (KCLS) Online Library

The Highline College Library has partnered with the King County Library System (KCLS) to provide free and automatic access to the entire KCLS Online Library to every Highline College employee and student.