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A vaccination schedule is considered complete for any person who has:
- Received three doses of vaccine;
- Received two doses of vaccine within the last 4 months;
- Had CoVID-19 and received one or two doses of vaccine within 4 months (date of last dose or CoVID-19);
- Have a certificate of recovery from CoVID-19 that is less than 4 months old.

According to your profile, consult the section:

You are a student:
  • Do you have a question about your health situation?
  • I'm having trouble with my schooling because of Covid-19.
  • You need psychological support?
  • You have financial difficulties?
You are a staff member:

Have a question about the health crisis?


You are a student:


Do you have a question about your health situation ?

I have symptoms, and/or I am waiting for the results of my test :

You must immediately isolate yourself and perform a self-test or TAG or PCR test whether you are vaccinated or not and follow the national procedure described on the following sheet. You will remain in isolation until the result of your test. In case of a positive self-test, you must have it confirmed by a PCR test and remain in isolation during this time.

| Download the file |

The tests are free for people with a complete vaccination schedule, upon presentation of the vaccination certificate in digital or paper format.

 

► My TAG or PCR test result is negative

You can be released from isolation. If symptoms persist, retest 1 to 2 days later.

 

► My Covid test result is positive

You must declare yourself via the following form by choosing the heading "My Covid-19 test is positive" and by attaching your positive test and the name of the students at risk without mask that you have had in the 4 days preceding your test.

  • I have a complete vaccine regimen ( I received 2 shots of vaccine more than 7 days ago and less than 4 months ago, I received 3 shots of vaccine, I received one or two shots after doing covid-19 less than 4 months ago).
    You must immediately go into isolation for 7 days after the onset of signs or the date of your positive test (7 full days). If you no longer have clinical signs of infection, you can perform a TAG or PCR test at D5 :
    - if your test is negative, you can be discharged from isolation immediately or when you are symptom free ;
    - if your test is positive, you stay in isolation until D7 without performing another test at D7. At D8, you can come out of isolation, you wear the mask properly indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people, you apply the barrier gestures, and avoid seeing people without a mask for 7 days.
  • I don't have a complete vaccination schedule or I am not vaccinated, you isolate yourself immediately for 10 days after the date of onset of signs or the date of the positive test (10 full days). If you have no more clinical signs, you can perform a TAG or PCR test at D7 :
    - if your test is negative, you can leave isolation immediately ;
    - if your test is positive, you remain in isolation until D10 without performing a new test at D10. At D11, you can leave isolation, you continue to wear the mask correctly, you apply the barrier gestures, and avoid seeing people without a mask for 7 days.
     

In all cases, to justify your absence, you need a medical certificate. If you cannot obtain a medical certificate, you can request an exemption from attendance by attaching your test results (choose the heading "I would like an exemption from attendance") and specifying your vaccination status.

The school's medical staff will receive this information and may contact you in the interest of your health and that of other students.

If you have a specific medical question, contact one of our physicians at medecin-covid19-etudiant@univ-orleans.fr. Please clearly indicate your request in the subject line.

Please note that since our health service is very busy, priority will be given to urgent questions. Please check that none of the sections above or the downloadable national fact sheet answers your question.

 

I am a contact case of a person who tested positive

Contact cases: what if I am vaccinated against Covid-19 completely or not ?

You do not have to isolate yourself. But you should follow certain health rules to break the chains of transmission of Covid-19 :

  • wear a surgical mask indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people ;
  • perform a screening test (RT-PCR or TAG antigenic test or self-test) at D+2 of the date of information/notification of being in contact ;
  • inform people you have met 48 hours after meeting the ill person of your status and recommend that they limit their social and family contacts ;
  • respect the barrier measures for 1 week after the last contact with the sick person and in particular :

- limit social interactions, especially in public places where masks cannot be worn ;
- avoid contact with people at risk of severe disease, even if they have been vaccinated ;
- wear a mask at home if you live with the patient.

  • perform self-monitoring of temperature and the possible appearance of symptoms, with an immediate screening test in case of symptoms, whatever the age ;
  • perform a test at D+2 of the date of information or notification of being in contact, in case of positive self-test, it is advisable to confirm the result with a PCR test. The self-tests can be delivered free of charge in pharmacies with a document justifying being a contact person;
  • if you live with the patient, perform a TAG or PCR test 2 days after the date of onset of the patient's symptoms (or the date of sampling for patients without symptoms).

 Declare yourself as a "contact case" to the Establishment.

 


I am struggling in my schooling because of Covid-19.

What if I need to isolate myself because of Covid ?

If you have to isolate yourself because you are a non-vaccinated contact case or incomplete vaccination, symptomatic or positive test.

In this case, it is important to inform your training supervisor and the school of your component of your absence, who will specify with you the conditions of evaluation in case of examination during your period of isolation.

  • If you have a medical certificate specifying your period of absence, you must send it to your school, especially if you have a scholarship.
  • If you do not have a medical certificate or proof of isolation from the CPAM, and you have reported to the health service as a positive or contact case, you can obtain an exemption from attendance using the form. The request must be made at the end of your isolation period, just before returning to class. The certificate will cover the period of isolation.

Do you need psychological support ?

If you are experiencing psychological difficulties linked to the situation of confinement that we are going through, the University Health Service can help you. To do so, you can use the form (drop-down menu item: Health).

The Crous d'Orléans-Tours provides a free remote listening and psychological support platform for students with Pros-Consulte.

Services are available 7 days a week, 24 hours a day:

  • Psychiatric emergencies for Orléans: Etablissement public de santé mentale Daumezon, 1 route de Chanteau, 45402 Fleury les Aubrais.

Tel: 02 38 60 59 29

  • CAOD: reception of psychiatric emergencies in Bourges: 77 rue Louis Mallet, 18024 Bourges.

Tel : 02 48 67 20 60

  • Center Médico-Psychologique Bourges Aubigny, student consultation: 7 rue du Général Gustave Ferrié, 18000 Bourges.

Tel: 02 48 27 27 27

If you feel isolated and want to exchange with other students, you can also connect to the Discord/etudiantsorleans platform.

 

Do you have exams to take and are you experiencing difficulties with your connection or with your computer ?

If you are in DEG, report your difficulty to : service.etudes.deg[at]univ-orleans.fr

If you are in LLSH, report your difficulty to : rsa.llsh[at]univ-orleans.fr

For the other components : contact your school.

Are you having financial difficulties ?

  • The University can also help you. To do so, please contact us using the form (section: Social aid - Scholarships).

A social worker will contact you to assess your situation and, if you are eligible, you will be able to benefit from financial aid.

  • For any questions related to your accommodation in the Crous d'Orléans-Tours residence, please consult the "Accommodation" section of their website.

 

If you have a specific question about the campus or your training that your component is unable to answer, contact the referent : referent-covid-etudiant@univ-orleans.fr

 



You are a staff member:


Do you have a question about the health crisis ?

Contact the referent : referent-covid-personnel@univ-orleans.fr

For any medical questions concerning a staff member : medecin-covid19-personnel@univ-orleans.fr


I have symptoms, and/or I am waiting for the results of my test :

You must immediately isolate yourself and perform a self-test or TAG or PCR test whether you are vaccinated or not and follow the national procedure described on the following sheet. You will remain in isolation until the result of your test. In case of a positive self-test, you must have it confirmed by a PCR test and remain in isolation during this time.

| Download the file |

The tests are free for people with a complete vaccination schedule, upon presentation of the vaccination certificate in digital or paper format.

 

► My TAG or PCR test result is negative

You can be released from isolation. If symptoms persist, retest 1 to 2 days later.

 

► My Covid test result is positive

You must declare yourself via the following form by choosing the heading "My Covid-19 test is positive" and by attaching your positive test and the name of the students at risk without mask that you have had in the 4 days preceding your test.

  • I have a complete vaccine regimen ( I received 2 shots of vaccine more than 7 days ago and less than 4 months ago, I received 3 shots of vaccine, I received one or two shots after doing covid-19 less than 4 months ago).
    You must immediately go into isolation for 7 days after the onset of signs or the date of your positive test (7 full days). If you no longer have clinical signs of infection, you can perform a TAG or PCR test at D5 :
    - if your test is negative, you can be discharged from isolation immediately or when you are symptom free ;
    - if your test is positive, you stay in isolation until D7 without performing another test at D7. At D8, you can come out of isolation, you wear the mask properly indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people, you apply the barrier gestures, and avoid seeing people without a mask for 7 days.
  • I don't have a complete vaccination schedule or I am not vaccinated, you isolate yourself immediately for 10 days after the date of onset of signs or the date of the positive test (10 full days). If you have no more clinical signs, you can perform a TAG or PCR test at D7 :
    - if your test is negative, you can leave isolation immediately ;
    - if your test is positive, you remain in isolation until D10 without performing a new test at D10. At D11, you can leave isolation, you continue to wear the mask correctly, you apply the barrier gestures, and avoid seeing people without a mask for 7 days.
     

In all cases, to justify your absence, you need a medical certificate. If you cannot obtain a medical certificate, you can request an exemption from attendance by attaching your test results (choose the heading "I would like an exemption from attendance") and specifying your vaccination status.

The school's medical staff will receive this information and may contact you in the interest of your health and that of other students.

If you have a specific medical question, contact one of our physicians at medecin-covid19-personnel@univ-orleans.fr. Please clearly indicate your request in the subject line.

Please note that since our health service is very busy, priority will be given to urgent questions. Please check that none of the sections above or the downloadable national fact sheet answers your question.

 

I am a contact case of a person who tested positive

Contact cases: what if I am vaccinated against Covid-19 completely or not ?

You do not have to isolate yourself. But you should follow certain health rules to break the chains of transmission of Covid-19 :

  • wear a surgical mask indoors and outdoors when in contact with other people ;
  • perform a screening test (RT-PCR or TAG antigenic test or self-test) at D+2 of the date of information/notification of being in contact ;
  • inform people you have met 48 hours after meeting the ill person of your status and recommend that they limit their social and family contacts ;
  • respect the barrier measures for 1 week after the last contact with the sick person and in particular :

- limit social interactions, especially in public places where masks cannot be worn ;
- avoid contact with people at risk of severe disease, even if they have been vaccinated ;
- wear a mask at home if you live with the patient.

  • perform self-monitoring of temperature and the possible appearance of symptoms, with an immediate screening test in case of symptoms, whatever the age ;
  • perform a test at D+2 of the date of information or notification of being in contact, in case of positive self-test, it is advisable to confirm the result with a PCR test. The self-tests can be delivered free of charge in pharmacies with a document justifying being a contact person;
  • if you live with the patient, perform a TAG or PCR test 2 days after the date of onset of the patient's symptoms (or the date of sampling for patients without symptoms).

 Declare yourself as a "contact case" to the Establishment.

 


 

In order to answer the questions that each staff member may have when faced with this exceptional situation, the University has set up a Frequently Asked Questions section.