LSE Trace has several components:
1. You will be required to complete a weekly Wellness Check-in every Monday morning, which you will receive via your LSE email account. This will ask you if you are experiencing symptoms of, or have tested positive for, COVID-19 or are self-isolating. You must fill this in every week - even if you have not been on campus and/or do not any have plans to visit.
2. If you begin experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, or test positive, between receiving the weekly email Wellness Check-ins, you should complete the Report My Symptoms form for staff or for students.
3. If you report that you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms either via the weekly Wellness Check-in or the Report My Symptoms form for students or staff, and you indicate that you have been in contact with other members of the LSE community, you will receive a phone call from an LSE Contact Tracer. They will ask you information about where you have been and who you have been with recently. This information will be used to alert others who may have been exposed to infection. LSE Contact Tracers can also help with arranging a test if necessary.
4. LSE Contact Tracers will alert members of the LSE community who may need to self-isolate because they have been exposed to someone who has COVID-19 symptoms.