Anyone with COVID-19 symptoms (such as coughing, sore throat, fever, fatigue, difficulty breathing) should get tested to rule out a possible COVID-19 infection. People with symptoms of COVID-19, including people who are awaiting test results or have not been tested, must isolate. Read Pitt's guidance on when and how to isolate.

Pitt students, faculty and staff should report positive COVID-19 tests taken outside of the University. Any member of the University on any campus can report a positive test using a convenient web form. Our ability to control the virus on our campus depends in part on self-reporting. Employees should also promptly notify your supervisor and health care provider.

Individuals may also call Student Health Services or MyHealth@Work to report a positive test or to discuss testing and treatment options.

Student Health Services numbers by campus:

Bradford: 814-362-5272
Greensburg: 724-836-9947
Johnstown: 814-269-7110
Pittsburgh: 412-383-1800
Titusville: 814-362-5272

Employees of all campuses can reach MyHealth@Work at 412-647-4949.

Testing for symptomatic employees is available on the Pittsburgh campus.

Guidance for Responding to Symptomatic Individuals

If you are guiding a Pitt faculty or staff member, or student, follow these guidelines for responding to symptomatic individuals.