Anybody, including people who are completely vaccinated, should analyze themselves in getting tested before affiliating indoor crowds with the others who are not in your family unit.

  • A positive test result’s meaning is that you are getting infected and you should neglect indoor crowds to decrease the propagating disease risk to somebody else.
  • A negative test result’s meaning is that you are not getting infected. Imitating house self-tests with at least 24-hour tests will enhance the confidence that you are not getting infected.
  • Consult your doctor or physician if you want any help defining your covid testing fast results.


  • People who have symptoms of CORONA, nevertheless of vaccination status or antecedent infection
  • People who have come into intimate contact with somebody with CORONA
  • People, who are making plans to take part in an indoor crowd
  • People who are not completely vaccinated and took part in high-risk activities like a big crowd
  • People who are traveling, Check Chicago Travel Advisory and international travel 


Get tested at once if you have any symptoms of COVID-19, and detach until you know your results better, even if you are completely vaccinated.

If your test is positive:

  • You should stay at home for at least 5 days, nevertheless of your vaccination status.
  • If you don’t have symptoms or your symptoms have been resolved after 5 days, you may go out of your home, but you must continuously wear a mask around others for 5 additional days.
  • If you have symptoms of fever, you must stay at home only until 24 hours after your fever pronounces


People who are positive after tests for COVID-19 within the last 3 months and got recovered, should follow guidance based on their status of vaccine, and liability to COVID-19, even if they don’t get and develop any new symptoms.

In addition, those, who are attending big functions, may be asked to give proof of negative tests in case if they are unvaccinated (pre-event organized by event organizers within 1-3 days before the event).

Testing alone will not prevent the spreading of COVID-19. The most convenient way to reduce your risk of getting COVID-19 is to get vaccinated, and wear a mask, and stay at home when you are ill. If your test is positive or negative for COVID-19, you must take some measures to save yourself and others.

How to get tested for COVID-19

  • You must be concealed before your test by calling our COVID-19 to classify hotline at 773-702-2800 or logging in to your MyChart account to complete a virtual screening.
  • The doctor or physician, who is on the triage line or who reviews your so-called screening will decide whether you should make an appointment for the test at a curbside testing clinic.
  • You may create your curbside testing appointment through your MyChart account or on the phone.

You can be able for your test if you have any symptoms of COVID-19. These include cough body aches, fever, tiredness, the new loss of sense of smell, headache, and taste. UChicago students have been motivated to first call UChicago Student Wellness at 773-834-9355 for screening and contacts.


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