P36. Lessons Learned from COVID-19 Testing in College Students: What Particular Symptoms Tell Us


This poster reviews COVID-19 testing at a major public university and the lessons learned from fall 2020 semester testing of symptomatic students. What can be learned from actively testing students with symptoms? Do symptom profiles allow healthcare providers to determine which students are more likely to have COVID-19? Which symptom profiles in particular are more likely to indicate, or not indicate, COVID-19? Testing on which days of symptomatic presentation is most useful?

Poster Category: Research


Presenter(s): Jessica Simmons, MD, Stephanie Hartman, MD, Meredith Hayden, MD, and Kawai Tanabe, MPH (University of Virginia)

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