Positive COVID-19 Case Reported on Campus – Aug 17
August 17, 2021
Aloha Windward CC community,
A campus community member tested positive for COVID-19 and is self-
isolating. Four close contacts have been identified and notified through
the contact tracing process, which continues, and the Hawaii Department
of Health has been notified.
The community member was last on campus on Thursday, August 12 and the
impacted area has been cleaned as recommended by the Centers for Disease
Control and Prevention, and UH COVID-19 guidelines.
No further details can be shared as the privacy of the individuals
involved must be respected. The campus is following all privacy and
confidentiality laws, including the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family Educational Rights and Privacy
Anyone who tests positive for COVID-19 is not allowed to return to
campus until they are cleared by a medical provider, consistent with the
standards of DOH and the CDC. No further details can be shared as the
privacy of the individuals involved must be respected. The campus is
following all privacy and confidentiality laws, including the Health
Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) and the Family
Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA).
All positive cases and suspected cases of COVID-19 should be reported to
Kelli Brandvold, Interim Vice Chancellor for Administrative Services.
She can be reached at 808-235-7403 or by email at email@example.com. The
information will be kept confidential. Information on reported positive
cases on UH campuses can be found at http://go.hawaii.edu/xy3.
It is imperative that everyone follows campus COVID-19 guidelines,
o using the daily health check-in app LumiSight UH before coming to
campus or participating in campus-related activities
o staying home when you are sick or awaiting test results for COVID-
It is required everyone on campus wear a face covering when indoors and
not isolated from others or while outdoors and in a large group.
Remember to practice safe physical distancing and wash your hands often.
If you are able to get vaccinated and have not yet done so, this may be
the perfect time to consider protecting your health and the health of
those around you through vaccination. Here is a resource to help with
information about the vaccine and how to find a vaccination site near
Stay healthy and be safe!
Mahalo for your vigilance,
Windward Community College