Testing, Reporting & Contact Tracing

Spring Testing

The university is continuing saliva-based random mitigation testing to protect our campus community for the spring semester. Saliva samples are being collected non-invasively at multiple locations across our campuses.

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On-Demand Testing

If you have any symptoms, or would simply like to be tested, UNL continues to offer free on-demand COVID-19 testing for students, faculty and staff.

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Positive Test Reporting

It is essential for health and safety that any member of the UNL community who tests positive for COVID-19 promptly notifies the Public Health Advocacy Team.

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Contact Tracing

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department and the UNL Public Health Advocacy Team are working together to conduct coordinated contact tracing for the UNL community.

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COVID-19 Dashboard

Data reported on the COVID-19 Dashboard reflect results of testing UNL students, faculty, staff and affiliates. Results include on-campus and other testing. Data are updated daily.

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About Our Testing

Nebraska is taking a multiple approach to testing for COVID-19, to ensure our university can most effectively continue its important activities in teaching, research and service.

Learn More on the About Our Testing page