CTSB Advisory Regarding Current Public Health Situation


February 28, 2020

Dear Members of the California Trinity School of Business Community:

California Trinity School of Business is closely monitoring information related to the Coronavirus. The Centers for Disease Control considers the risk of this disease in the United States to be low at this time.

According to health officials, the incubation period for the Coronavirus is two weeks. Students, faculty, or staff who have travelled to or from a CDC-identified country with a Level-3 COVID-19 (https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/index.html) more than two weeks ago and are not ill, have no cause for concern.

Individuals who have travelled to these CDC-identified countries, or who believe they may have been in contact with an infected person, should monitor their health and contact their primary care physician or CTSB’s Student Services BEFORE going to work or attending class.

We encourage students and all members of the CTSB community to continue to take the standard, recommended precautions to prevent the spread of flu-like illness:

•        Wash hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds.
•        Frequently clean touch surfaces, including cell phones, laptops, and keyboards.
•        Avoid sharing food utensils, containers, and other personal items.
•        Students registering a fever of more than 100.4 F should contact their primary care physician or CTSB’s Student Services.

This is an evolving situation; for more information and the latest updates on the Coronavirus or the flu, please visit the Center for Disease Control Website (https://www.cdc.gov/).

Thank you for your assistance in helping to maintain a healthy campus.


James Kang

Chief Operating Officer

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