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Code Purple

Updated: Oct 22, 2020

By Jacob Pursell



There is no doubt we are living in a Covid-19 world. We all know that, but what exactly does that entail when living on Simpson’s campus? Well, luckily, there are many protocols and rules set in place that try to keep students and faculty as safe as possible.

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As of October 18th Simpsons cases have increased us to purple protocol. Meaning all Simpson students should be receiving daily COVID-19 symptom screenings through their Simpson emails. These screenings are sent to ensure that no students are feeling any COVID symptoms. If you do have these symptoms, here is what you should do.


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First thing is to fill out your daily screening form, and notify the Wellness Center (located in the library). You will have to quarantine until a negative COVID-19 test can be provided. If you stay quarantined for 10 days after symptoms reside this is also acceptable. The most important thing to do, though, is rest and hydrate, as it can be very draining.


Stay safe and remember that Simpson can get through this if we all work together to give ourselves the best possible outcome. 




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