UCI is closely monitoring the coronavirus ("COVID-19") situation and associated communications from the county, state and federal authorities. We will continue to provide updates through this website and email communications, and take steps to ensure the health and safety of our community.
The UCI campus has three positive COVID-19 cases – one confirmed by public health officials, one self-reported, and one reported by a contractor whose employee was last on site on Mar. 13.
In accordance of health privacy laws, we cannot disclose the identity or personal information. We are in coordination with the Orange County Health Care Agency and connecting with those who may have been exposed through contact.
While we encourage you to review our FAQ section, we recognize that not every concern or question may be addressed, especially those with uniquely individual circumstances.
We have established the UCI Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Center. Students, staff, faculty, parents, and community partners may call 949-824-9918 or firstname.lastname@example.org connect directly for more information.
Reducing the spread of viruses starts with basic hygiene. Here are preventative measures that you can follow to keep our community healthy.
Always wash your hands with soap and water or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. *It's not the water temperature, but the time you take rubbing the hands (20 seconds).
Cover your mouth with your elbow when you cough.
If you are sick, stay home and do not travel.Call ahead before visiting your doctor or the Student Health Center to arrange a time to be seen.
Clean and disinfect frequently touched objects and surfaces.
UCI CARE, Faculty and Staff Support Services, the Office of Equal Opportunity and Diversity (OEOD) and UCIPD collectively recognize that staying at home and experiencing social isolation can create additional risk and may be dangerous for some members of our community, especially those experiencing relationship or family violence.
To accommodate the increased need for remote access to the campus network, we now have multiple VPN servers. Use this guide to determine whether or not you need to connect to VPN, and if so, to choose the VPN connection best suited for your needs.
UCI Medical Center is in urgent need of supplies for our frontline care providers and staff. To help, UCI School of Medicine students are hosting a personal protective equipment (PPE) drive from Monday, March 30 to Saturday, April 4.
We have been informed that a non-student resident of UCI’s campus family housing tested positive for COVID-19.In accordance of health privacy laws, we cannot disclose the identity or personal information regarding the individual. We have coordinated with the Orange County Health Care Agency and been in touch with those who may have been exposed through contact.