The new quarantine and isolation indicator box will appear just below the COVID-19 testing indicator and will only be visible to students who have been placed into or asked to quarantine or isolate by U-M’s Environment, Health and Safety department or the Contact Tracing Corps.
The indicator will state that the student is currently either in quarantine or isolation but will not specify which.
By clicking onto the Q/I indicator, which will read ‘Required’, ResponsiBLUE also will display the departure date of when the student may discontinue their quarantine or isolation.
COVID-19 Test Verification
ResponsiBLUE now provides all U-M Ann Arbor students (undergraduate, graduate and professional) with their COVID-19 testing status by noting the date of their last test through U-M testing programs. All students are responsible for ensuring they have the required green symptom check and the green "Completed" COVID-19 test verification to be on campus. Please note: It takes about 2 hours for Community Sampling and Tracking Program test information to show up in the ResponsiBLUE app.
All U-M Ann Arbor students (undergraduate, graduate and professional) who live on campus are registered for an in-person or hybrid class, or who come to campus for research, work or other activities (e.g. libraries, unions, Rec Sports, Dining) in campus buildings are required to complete weekly mandatory COVID-19 testing through U-M. This allows for immediate information sharing with the university for timely and accurate tracking of testing completion and compliance.
Students will either have a "COMPLETED" or "EXPIRED" status displayed on their screen at the end of the symptom check process.
Because people can be infected with COVID-19 and not show any symptoms, students living off campus who do not have a regular need to come to campus still are encouraged to participate in routine COVID-19 testing through the Community Sampling and Tracking Program to help protect the health of the U-M community. Doing so also will make it easy to come on campus when students would like to or if the need arises.