Yuba Community College District reports information of all potential worksite exposures to COVID-19, as required by new Cal/OSHA standards (AB 2693).
The table below provides notification regarding confirmed COVID-19 cases that were present at YCCD worksites during the suspected infectious period, including the building name and suspected dates of the infection period.
If you were in a campus location within the timeframe listed, it does not necessarily mean that you were exposed. Individuals known or suspected to be a close contact with any individuals referenced below during the high-risk exposure period have received an email and provided information on recommended next steps.
AB 2693 Notifications
12/05/2023, Yuba College: Building 100B Admissions and Records Department.
The individual became symptomatic on 12/01/2023. Tested positive on 12/03/2023.
Exposure date(s) 12/01/2023
12/04/2023, Yuba College: Building 2100, Rooms 2101C, 2103, 2104.
The individual became symptomatic on 11/28/2023. Tested positive on 11/30/2023.
Exposure date(s) 11/28/2023
11/30/2023, Woodland Community College: Building 800, rooms 801 and 851
The individual became symptomatic on 11/28/2023. Tested positive on 11/29/2023.
Exposure date(s) 11/28/2023
11/13/2023, Yuba College: Athletic Gym Basketball Practice Women’s
The individual became symptomatic on 11/06/2023. Tested positive on 11/07/2023.
Exposure date(s) 11/07/2023
The California Department of Public Health defines the infectious period as 2 days before an infected person first develops symptoms (or 2 days before an asymptomatic test) until 10 days have passed since symptoms first appeared, and at least 24 hours have passed with no fever (without the use of fever-reducing medications), and other symptoms have improved. A close contact is defined as someone who share the same indoor space with a person who is infected with COVID-19 for a cumulative total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period.
Employees who receive a positive result for COVID-19 and must isolate should reach out to their supervisors or HR Officer Maribel Gaytan to discuss options, regarding COVID-19-related benefits available to them.
YCCD Maintenance & Operations Department (M&O) has developed protocols for responding to different sanitization scenarios – from high traffic areas to spaces where an infected person has been. Learn more about cleaning protocols during COVID-19. For more information to receive the cleaning and disinfection plan please contact YCCD M&O department.
Students, faculty, and staff should contact the COVID Response Team ASAP if you are symptomatic, believe you have been exposed, or tested positive for COVID-19. For all COVID-19-related questions and concerns, contact “firstname.lastname@example.org”.