COVID-19: new self-monitoring service

No more quarantine for close COVID-19 contacts 

Close contacts will only have to self-monitor their symptoms and wear an FFP2 mask for 10 days.

Confirmed COVID-19 cases must continue to follow the self-reporting procedures as follows: 

How to report COVID-19 cases

Quarantine and isolation regulations (In Italian)

Do not forget to get your booster dose and follow our 4 small steps for safety: 

  • Wash your hands often
  • If you have a fever or other symptoms, let's stay home
  • Physical distance is paramount
  • Wear a face mask



Tracking service for COVID-19 cases in classrooms, libraries and study rooms

Protect yourself and your family and friends by checking for positive cases around you.

Log in with your institutional email and click on COVID-19 Case Tracking Service.

Check if, while attending educational activities at Sapienza (in classrooms, libraries, study halls, exam rooms etc.), you have had contact with COVID-19 positive cases already known to Sapienza.

Students, therefore, will no longer be reached by Sapienza but will be asked to check for themselves whether they have been exposed.


Tuesday, 12 April 2022

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