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How to manage different case scenarios

COVID-19

Updated

Dec 2, 2021 - 11:00am

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ALL CASE SCENARIOS

INDEX

Global and Faculty/School

COORDINATORS

1. POSSIBLE CASES

2. HOW TO ACT IN EACH CASE

3. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

What is meant by close contact?

What is considered an isolated place or area?

Case 1 - Close contact with a suspected case of Covid-19

Case 2 - Close contact with a confirmed case of Covid-19

What are the symptoms indicative of a case of Covid-19?

Case 3 - With compatible with Covid-19

Case 4 - Confirmed positive result of a Covid-19 test

Four different case scenarios that determine the procedure of action in each situation

A) If you are not at the University

B) If you are at the University (as a professional)

C) If you are at the University (as a student)

COORDINADOR GLOBAL COVID-19




COORDINADORES COVID-19 DE CENTROS


POSSIBLE CASES

1

CLOSE CONTACT WITH A SUSPECTED CASE

A student or professional reports that they have had close contact with an unconfirmed suspicious case

SYMPTOMS COMPATIBLE WITH COVID-19 HAVE BEEN OBSERVED

A student or professional reports that they have symptoms compatible with Covid-19

If NOT AT the University

If AT the University

If it is a professional

If it is a student

A POSITIVE CASE OF COVID-19 IS CONFIRMED

A student or professional informs of a positive result indicating a case of contagion from Covid-19

CLOSE CONTACT WITH A CONFIRMED POSITIVE CASE

A student or professional reports that they have had close contact with a confirmed positive case

Four different case scenarios that determine the procedures to follow

Four different case scenarios can be defined which will determine the procedures to follow

CASE 1

CASE 3

CASE 2

CASE 4

HOW TO ACT IN EACH CASE SCENARIO

2

Close contact with a suspected case

A student or professional reports that they have had contact with an unconfirmed suspicious case.

CASE 1

  • You should continue with your usual student or work activities.
  • Nevertheless, until a confirmation of the results of the PCR test for the suspected case is received:
    • You must take extreme precautionary and hygiene measures;
    • Please be aware of any symptoms compatible with Covid-19 that you may develop;
    • You should reduce your social contacts to a minimum.

How to act

What is considered to be a close contact?

Close contact with a confirmed positive case

A student or professional reports that they have had close contact with a confirmed positive case.

CASE 2

How to act

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  1. You should not go to the University grounds under any circumstances. Please remain at home.
  2. It is essential to call your Primary Health Care Center or the recommended telephone number of the Autonomous Region of Madrid (“Comunidad de Madrid” telephone number: 900 102 112), and then follow the instructions received.
  3. You must complete this form, including possible close contacts with other members of the University Community with whom you have had contact within the past 48 hours before the detection of the confirmed case, and until the moment in which the case is isolated (in case it is necessary to proceed to carry out further contact tracing with other close contacts of these individuals).
  4. You must inform the COVID-19 Coordinator for the School or Faculty and / or the Global Coordinator concerning the information and instructions received from the Health Center after submitting the form. Unfortunately, you will not be able to return to your normal activities until indicated by Health authorities.

Link to the form

LINK TO THE GLOBAL AND SCHOOL/ FACULTY COORDINATOR

What is a close contact?

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Close contact with a confirmed positive case

A student or professional reports that they have had close contact with a confirmed positive case.

CASE 2

How to act

5.

If you are administrative or services personnel, and do not receive medical leave (“una baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your immediate superior concerning how to telework from home. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

If you are a professor, and do not receive medical leave (“una baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your Head of Studies, from whom you will receive information regarding your teaching activities. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

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Link to the form

GLOBAL AND FACULTY/SCHOOL

COORDINATOR

What is a close contact?

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Close contact with a confirmed positive case

A student or professional reports that they have had close contact with a confirmed positive case.

CASE 2

How to act

6.

If you are a student, you should speak with your Tutor, from whom you will receive instructions concerning the continuation of your academic activities on-line, if your health permits this. You must provide the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School or Faculty with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School or Faculty (again, by providing the form).

If your Medical Center determines that a diagnostic PCR test should be administered, and if the result is “positive”, confirming a case of contagion, the steps outlined in CASE 4 should be followed.

Case 4

Link to the form

GLOBAL AND FACULTY /SCHOOL

COORDINATOR

What is a close contact?

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Syptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student or professional reports that they have syptoms compatible with Covid-19 and are not in the University.

CASE 3A

How to act

Which are the symptoms compatible with Covid-19?

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

  1. You should not go to the University grounds under any circumstances. Please remain at home.
  2. It is essential to call your Primary Health Care Center or the recommended telephone number of the Autonomous Region of Madrid (“Comunidad de Madrid” telephone number: 900 102 112), and then follow the instructions provided.
  3. You must fill out the form, including possible close contacts with other members of the University Community with whom you have had contact within the past 48 hours before the detection of the confirmed case, and until the moment at which the case is isolated (in case it is necessary to carry out further contact tracing with other close contacts of these individuals).
  4. You must inform the COVID-19 Coordinator for the School and / or the Global Coordinator concerning the information and instructions received from the Health Center after submitting the form. Unfortunately, you will not be able to return to your normal activitites until indicated by Health authorities.

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Link to the form

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student or professional reports that they have symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and are not at the University.

CASE 3A

How to act

Which are the symptoms compatible with Covid-19?

GLOBAL SCHOOL/FACULTY

COORDINATOR

5.

If you are administrative or services personnel, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your immediate superior concerning how to telework from home. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

If you are a professor, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your Head of Studies, from whom you will receive information regarding your teaching activities. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

(Continue)

Link to the form

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student or professional reports that they have symtoms compatible with Covid-19 and are not at the University.

CASE 3A

How to act

Which are the symptoms compatible with Covid-19?

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

5.

If you are administrative or services personnel, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your immediate superior concerning how to telework from home. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

If you are a professor, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your Head of Studies, from whom you will receive information regarding your teaching activities. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

(Continue)

Link to the form

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student or professional reports that they have symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and are not at the University.

CASE 3A

How to act

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

Which are the symptoms
compatible with Covid-19?

6.

If you are a student, you should speak with your Tutor, from whom you will receive instructions concerning the continuation of your academic activities on-line, if your health permits this. You must provide the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School (again, by providing the form).

If your Medical Center determines that a diagnostic PCR test should be administered, and if the result is “positive”, confirming a case of contagion, the steps outlined in CASE 4 should be followed.

Case 4

Link to the form

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A professional reports that he or she has symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and is at the University.

CASE 3B

How to act

Which are the symptoms
compatible with Covid-19?

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

What is the designated Covid-19 room?

  1. It is essential to put on a surgical mask and go home immediately
  2. In the event of serious symptoms, respiratory distress or chest pain, the Information Desk at the University should be notified, from where 112 or 061 will be called.
  3. In the event that another individual is called to pick up the person with symptoms, the Information Service will previously open the designated Covid-19 Room of the School, without maintaining any type of contact (within two meters of the person with symptoms). Both will be provided with a mask; once opened, the employee must also wait in the aforementioned room.
  4. The Information Desk will notify the Global Coordinator of the University.

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COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A professional reports that he or she has symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and is at the University.

CASE 3B

How to act

5.

The professional should contact his or her Health Center or the Autonomous Region of Madrid. Telephone number: 900 102 112) in order to report the symptoms and to be given instructions to follow.

The professional who has a suspected case of the coronavirus must remain isolated at home and follow the instructions given by Health authorities, including the steps provided in:

6.

Case 3A

Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student reports that he or she has symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and is at the University.

CASE 3C

How to act

Which are the symptoms
compatible with Covid-19?

What is the designated Covid-19 room?

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

  1. The professor will notify the Information Desk, which will procede to open the designated Covid-19 Room without maintaining any type of contact (within two meters of the person) with symptoms. Both individuals will be provided with a mask.
  2. The professor must also notify the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School, who, in turn, will notify the Global Coordinator of the University.
  3. The professor will accompany the student to the designated Covid-19 Room at the School.
  4. Both the student and the professor must wear an approved surgical mask.
  5. If, for any reason, the student who develops symptoms cannot wear a mask, the accompanying professor must wear a FFP2 mask without a valve, as well as a face shield and a disposable gown.

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COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student reports that he or she has symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and is at the University.

CASE 3C

How to act

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

What is the designated Covid-19 room?

6.

7.

In the event that the student is a minor, the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School will notify the parents or guardian, indicating to them whether the student should go directly to their home or if someone will pick up the student, who should wait in the room until instructed.

The student must call his or her Primary Health Care Center or the Autonomous Region of Madrid - Telephone number: 900 102 112) - in order to report the symptoms and to be provided with the instructions to follow. In those cases where there is respiratory distress, chest pain or a sense of an impending emergency, the Information Desk will immediately contact 112.

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COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


Symptoms compatible with Covid-19 observed

A student reports that he or she has symptoms compatible with Covid-19 and is at the University.

CASE 3C

How to act

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

8.

If the student is carrying out an academic internship, the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School must inform the company, administrative offices, institution, organization or entity at which the internship has been or is being carried out.

A student who has a suspected case of the coronavirus must remain isolated at home and follow the instructions of Health authorities, including the steps provided in:

9.

Case 3A

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


A positive case of Covid-19 is confirmed

A student or professional informs of a positive result indicating a case of contagion from Covid-19

CASE 4

How to act

Link to

the form

  1. You should not come to the University grounds under any circumstances until you receive an authorization from Health Officials. In any case, you should follow the instructions provided by your Health Center.
  2. You must complete the form below and include possible close contacts with other members of the University Community with whom you have had contact within the past 48 hours before the detection of the confirmed case, and until the moment at which the case is isolated.

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What is a close contact?

A positive case of Covid-19 is confirmed

A student or professional informs of a positive result indicating a case of contagion from Covid-19

CASE 4

How to act

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

Link to

the form

3.

If you are administrative or services personnel, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your immediate superior concerning how to telework from home. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).
If you are a professor, and do not receive medical leave (“baja médica”), and as long as your health permits, you should speak with your Head of Studies, from whom you will receive information regarding your teaching activities. You must provide the Global Coordinator with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Global Coordinator (again, by providing the form).

(Continue)

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


A positive case of Covid-19 is confirmed

A student or professional informs of a positive result indicating a case of contagion from Covid-19

CASE 4

How to act

Link to

the form

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

4.

If you are a student, you should speak with your Tutor, from whom you will receive instructions concerning the continuation of your academic activities on-line, if your health permits this. You must provide the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School with medical proof (by presenting the form) with the indications from the Health Center regarding preventive quarantine. Once the quarantine has ended, the final date of the period of quarantine must be confirmed to the Covid-19 Coordinator of the School (again, by providing the form).
In the case of administration and services personnel, the Global Coordinator will contact the close contacts of the individual at the University to inform them that they should call their Health Center and inform them that they have been close contact with a positive case; they should then follow the instructions provided by the Health Center.

(Continue)

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


A positive case of Covid-19 is confirmed

A student or professional informs of a positive result indicating a case of contagion from Covid-19.

CASE 4

How to act

GLOBAL AND FACULTY

COORDINATOR

In the case of a professor or student, the COVID-19 Coordinator of the School, or the person delegated to for this purpose (Director / Coordinator of the Program), will contact the close contacts of the individual at the University to inform them that they should call their Health Center and inform them that have been in close contact with a positive case; they should then follow the instructions given by the Health Center.
The Covid-19 Global Coordinator will access the forms on a daily basis to be able to properly inform the Epidemiology Service of the Autonomous Region of Madrid.

5.

COVID-19 GLOBAL COORDINATOR




COVID-19 SCHOOL/FACULTY COORDINATOR


FOR FURTHER INFORMATION

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What are the symptoms indicative of Covid-19?

FEVER

> 37.5 C

DRY

cough

SORE THROAT

pain

FEELING

short of breath

MUSCLE

pain

These symptoms are also frequent

HEADACHE

pain

LOSS

of taste and smell

NASAL

congestion

PERSISTENT PRESSURE

in the chest

DIGESTIVE PROBLEMS

diarrhea, abdominal pain

What is a close

contact?

  • Anyone who has provided assistance and care to an individual with a case of Covid-19: health care personnel or social assistance personnel who have not used adequate protective measures, family members, relatives or individuals who have had other similar types of physical contact.
  • Anyone who has been in the same place as an individual with a confirmed positive case, at a distance of less than 2 meters (such as partners, visitors, etc.), without wearing a mask and for more than 15 minutes (for example, having a meal or coffee, etc). Observation of an individual who has had close contact may be defined as for a period of 48 hours before the onset of symptoms of a person with a confirmed case and until the moment in which the case is isolated.
  • Close contact on a plane, train or other long-haul means of transport (provided that it is possible to identify passengers) is considered to be any person within a two-seat radius of a suspected case and the crew or equivalent personnel who have had contact with the individual in question.

What is an isolated place or area,
a Covid-19 room?

  • A place for the isolation of the person detected as having a suspected case of Covid-19
  • It will be for individual use, it will be well-ventilated and have a table and a chair that can be easily disinfected, as well as hygienic masks, disposable paper, water-based alcoholic gel, and a waste bin with a lid, pedal and double bag.
  • There is one room available on each site:
    • ICADE Building:
      O-016 (Botiquín - Planta semisótano, ala oeste)
    • ICAI Building: Office 503
    • Cantoblanco Campus: Room 1, located in the hallway of the Psychology Laboratory (ground floor, building B)
    • IBS (ICADE BUSINESS SCHOOL): Former Staff Dining Hall (one floor down, “semi-sótano”, in front of the cafeteria)


For further information

Consult