This is up to the staff member. There is not a location in which a staff can login and see a record of their daily self-monitoring surveys. Recovery Coordinators will receive reports that shows who completed the survey and their eligibility (admit/no admit) to enter the building. The daily pass link https://go.uic.edu/dailypass will show staff their eligibility to enter the building after they take the survey for that day only.
This policy and procedures need to deal with people with pre-existing conditions like chronic cough, hayfever, allergies, etc.
We have received multiple concerns regarding the COVID-19 screening questions. The screening questions are designed to keep the UICOMP community safe and like many screening tools will have a false positive rate. It is important to note that despite the change in process, the questions have not changed from the analog screener at the door to the digital affirmation that is being implemented now. We understand that the symptoms of COVID-19 are non-specific and have overlap with many other infectious diseases, as well as, other common conditions such as seasonal allergies. If you have chronic conditions that lead to some of the symptoms described, have a discussion with your PCP. If your PCP indicates that the symptom you are having is due to a chronic condition, then you can answer no to the question of whether or not you have any of the symptoms. If your chronic symptoms change from baseline, we would expect you to answer yes to the presence of symptoms.