Additional COVID-19 Resources
The link above will take you to our Returning to Campus page, which has specific tools, instructions and procedures on how to safely return to Campus.
This guidance document provides UCI-specific information for non-UCI affiliates, including suppliers, vendors and contractors, working or visiting UCI during campus-modified services.
This document outlines the process of what occurs when a positive or suspected case has been identified in the work place, and what EH&S does in response to a minor or major outbreak.
The page will provide general campus guidelines and resources.
Health & Safety Guidelines
Prevention & Wellness Posters
COVID-19 Summer Tips (English | Español)
Tips to stay cool while keeping your face covered
Face Covering (English | Español)
When in public, everyone should wear non-medical face coverings
Life of Coronavirus on Surfaces (English)
Learn how long Coronavirus can live on various surfaces
Physical Distancing (English | Español)
By practicing social distancing, you can help reduce the probability of contact with individuals
Six Steps of Handwashing (English)
Follow these six steps for proper handwashing
Spread the Word Not a Virus (English)
Prevent the spread by washing your hands for at least 20 seconds
Symptoms of Coronavirus (English | Español)
Recognize and pay attention to the symptoms of the virus and know when to seek medical attention
Tips to Prevent Touching Your Face (English | Español)
Not touching your face is harder than it sounds. Follow the helpful hints to avoid touching your face
Tips to Stay Well (English | Español)
Essential everyday tips to implement staying healthy and well
EH&S Face Covering Video - Guidance for Non-Medical UCI Employees
EH&S COVID-19 Health & Safety Guide - How to Protect Yourself
Hand-Washing with Peter the Anteater - Wash your hands with soap for 20 seconds
Hand Washing TipsStudies have shown that it is not the water temperature, but the use of soap, water, and especially the time you take rubbing the hands (for 20 seconds) that really gets your hands clean. In fact, the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommends individuals avoid using hot water to wash their hands because repeated exposure to hot water may increase the risk of dermatitis.
Detailed information on how to properly wash your hands can be found at: https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/when-how-handwashing.html
For additional information behind the science of CDC’s recommendations, link to: https://www.cdc.gov/handwashing/show-me-the-science-handwashing.html
COVID-19 Vaccine Information (FAQs)
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