Frequently Asked Questions - Travel

Travel

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I recently traveled to an area that qualifies for self-quarantine. What is the guidance on self-quarantining?

The Wisconsin Department of Health Services is recommending that any faculty, student or staff who has traveled WITHIN THE PAST 14 DAYS where there is community spread of COVID-19 (international and domestic locations) MUST SELF-QUARANTINE for 14 days, less the number of days since they arrived home. For instance, if you returned from one of these areas 10 days ago, you must quarantine for 4 days. The CDC has an interactive map that shows the number of confirmed cases by state and the status of community transfer in each state – hover over each state to see the information. The CDC also has an interactive map that shows the number of confirmed cases by international country and the community transfer in each country – hover over each country to see the information. Students and parents who fit this criteria should not come to campus to retrieve belongings.

Any employee who is self-quarantining should notify their supervisor and Human Resources.

How does this policy impact study abroad programs?

Visit the education abroad health and safety website for study abroad related Coronavirus information.

I have paid for a plane ticket/mode of transportation to return to Milwaukee after spring break. Will Marquette be reimbursing me for lost travel costs?

We appreciate your frustrations. Please check with your airline or travel provider — most are making accommodations at this time.

Are there restrictions on travel for work-related purposes?

All university travel is suspended for the rest of the fiscal year, through June 30.


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