CORONAVIRUS
INFORMATION AND RESOURCES

Students must present proof of full vaccination or submit to weekly COVID-19 testing

CDC Isolation and Quarantine Protocols    

The College will discontinue SHIELD Covid-19 testing at the end of the day Wed May 11.  

 

The College will offer FREE at-home Covid-19 test kits for ALL students who still want/need to test.  Reminder that the Gov.’s mandate for vaccine or weekly test is still in effect.  

These test kits will be available at ALL Centers:

  • Main Campus – B044 (Campus Police)
  • WDC – Admin Office (Kelly)
  • Ag – Reception (Michele)
  • Mt. Sterling – Reception (Jeanne)
  • SEC – Reception (Jaci/Deana)

Each box contains 2 test kits and directions on how to administer the test and see results.  Here is a link to the manufacturer’s website for more information…https://quickvueathome.com/.

To document the test, take a photo with your phone of the test strip showing the result, and email to Student Services deanofstudents@jwcc.edu or text the results photo to (217) 207-5725.  The email/text should include your name and should be sent on the same day as the test to document the date the test was taken, and results were received.    

As a reminder, students who choose to get vaccinated for Covid-19 should also upload their vaccination card using this link… https://machform.jwcc.edu/view.php?id=167614&hsCtaTracking=de34db28-930a-46a7-8c2b-86bda057dd07%7C00dcaa78-db96-4d78-9460-850627b322ba

 

What if I don’t want to test at JWCC or miss the testing window at JWCC?
A: You can show proof of vaccination or you can test once per week with a reputable third party, such as
the Health Department, your doctor, or Walgreens.


What if I get tested weekly at my workplace? Do I have to test again?
A: No, you do not have to test again. You can send your weekly results to us at
deanofstudents@jwcc.edu

 

MASK UPDATE AS OF FEBRUARY 28, 2022

  • Beginning Monday, February 28th, face coverings will be recommended but optional for employees and students.

  • The College has ordered 1,200 KN95 masks which will be provided free of cost for faculty, staff and students.

  • Staff and faculty who come into close proximity (3 feet or less) with students and others may professionally request a mask be worn.  However, this is not a mandate, just professional courtesy.

 

Click here for JWCC NEXT RE-NORMAL PLAN as of January 5,2022 

 

RESOURCE LINKS: 

SPRING 2022

Spring 2022 COVID-19 Confirmed Positive Cases (Reported Daily)

(1/03/22 Campus open; 1/10/22 classes begin)

 

Positive Cases Reported on 5/5/22

Total Active Cases at this time Total Resolved/Recovered Cases in Spring Semester
Students

1

0

123

Employees 0 0 31
TOTAL 1 0 154
       

 

Fall 2021 Daily Covid19 Case Counts

Fall 2021 COVID-19 Confirmed Positive Cases (Reported Daily)

Fall Classes Begin 8/16/21

SEMESTER REPORT 12/21/2021

 

Positive Cases Reported on 12/20/2021

Total Active Cases at this time Total Resolved/Recovered Cases in Fall Semester
Students

0

0 73
Employees 0 0 14
TOTAL 0 0 87
       

 

Summer 2021 Daily Covid19 Case Counts

Summer 2021 COVID-19 Confirmed Positive Cases (Reported Daily)

 

 

Confirmed Cases 08/10/2021

Total Active Cases Total Resolved/Recovered Cases in Summer Semester
Students 0 0

1

Employees 0 2 4
TOTAL 0 2 5
       

 

Spring 2021 Daily COVID-19 Case Counts

Spring 2021 COVID-19 Confirmed Positive Cases (Reported Daily)

(1/4/21 campus open; 1/11/21 classes begin)

 

Confirmed Cases 5/20/2021

Total Active Cases Total Resolved/Recovered Cases in Spring Semester
Students 0 0

44

Employees 0 0 14
TOTAL 0 0 58
       

 

Fall 2020 Weekly COVID-19 Case Counts

COVID-19 Confirmed Positive Cases (Updated 12/21/20) (Started reporting on Website 9/21/20) FINAL FALL  2020 SEMESTER REPORT 12/21/20
  Confirmed Cases During the Week of Dec 14 -Dec 20 Total Active Cases Resolved/Recovered Cases
Students 0 0 73
Employees 0 0 16
TOTAL 0 0 89

*The College has a comprehensive plan for students affected by COVID-19. Students, staff or faculty that are at risk will be contacted by the Adams County Health Department. 

Quincy Medical Group has set up a COVID-19 Hotline: 217-277-4001. Hotline hours are 7:00 am to 7:00 pm every Monday-Friday; 8:00 am to 4:00 pm Saturdays; and 9:00 am to 4:00 pm Sundays.

Blessing Health System: Effective at 6:00 pm on March 13, 2020, a 24/7 Hotline number: 217-277-3504 will be available for the public to call with any questions related to COVID-19.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) U.S. map of Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). If you have traveled recently to any of these areas and are symptomatic or not feeling well, please contact your health provider immediately.  U.S. map link:  https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/cases-in-us.html

Symptoms

How COVID-19 Spreads

Prevent Illness

Caring For Yourself at Home

People at Higher Risk

Travel in the United States

XFinity Hotspots
Free WiFi Connections within Quincy, Illinois

COVID-19 EXPOSURE INFO FORM

Upload Vaccination Record

Cares Act Funding for Students

 

Current Students Click Here

New & Prospective Students Click Here

Frequently Asked Questions

Online Learning Guidance

JWCC's Virtual Campus

Report your COVID status to Dean of Students:

217.641.4301

deanofstudents@jwcc.edu 

Resources

Have Symptoms? Need Guidance?Call the COVID Hotline: 217.277.8440

Additional information regarding the coronavirus, tips for good health and other warnings may be found on the websites below:

Adams County Health Department
507 Vermont St.
Quincy, IL 62301
(217) 214-5000
Adams Co. Health Dept. Website

Pike County Health Department
121 E. Washington
Pittsfield, IL 62363
(217) 285-7000
Pike Co. Health Dept. Website

Brown County Health Department
120 E. Main St.
Mt. Sterling, IL 62353
(217) 773-2714
Brown Co. Health Dept. Website

Illinois Department of Health Website

Center for Disease Control Website

 

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