The Safer Neighborhood app — which is being provided as a part of the College of Nebraska–Lincoln’s saliva-based COVID-19 testing technique within the spring semester — is now out there for obtain for all Android-based smartphone customers.
That is the preliminary launch of the app within the Google Play retailer. It has beforehand been out there for obtain by means of college servers. All customers who downloaded the app previous to this providing from Google Play should comply with a migration course of.
Full particulars on that course of, together with how you can entry and use the app, can be found here.
The app — which can be out there for iOS devices — permits customers to set appointments for the saliva-based testing, obtain outcomes, entry testing historical past, and present a standing card to realize entry to campus services.
Check outcomes, out there primarily in lower than 24 hours, are being accomplished in a federally-approved lab on East Campus. Research point out that the saliva-based PCR take a look at utilized by the college is as correct as nasal-based testing. Destructive COVID-19 outcomes from different testing services can’t be substituted for the college’s program.
Members of the college neighborhood who anticipate to take part in lessons, work or go to any on-campus facility within the spring semester should comply with the testing protocol. On account of present testing demand, college students, instructors and employees are suggested to schedule a take a look at at the least 36 hours previous to coming to campus for the Jan. 25 launch of the spring semester.
Exemptions from the testing protocol (together with for anybody who examined optimistic for COVID-19 within the final 90 days) are available. Full particulars, together with an FAQ on this system, can be found here. For added questions, ship electronic mail to email@example.com.