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Student Quarantine and Isolation Guide

Cal Poly is here to support students who have received a positive COVID-19 test, who are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, or have been in close contact with someone with COVID-19.

As our response to the pandemic continues to evolve, please continue to check back for any updates to this support guide.

Updated: August 16, 2022 8:50 a.m.

I just tested positive for COVID-19. What do I do?

If you have tested positive for COVID-19, please follow the instructions below immediately

Report a Positive Test Result 

  1. Report on your Daily Screener. Click “In the last 10 days, I have been diagnosed with COVID-19" and await instructions from COVID-19 Help.

  2. Upload your result.    

    • Did you complete an at-home test? If you did a home test, go to the test uploader in your COVID-19 Info tab in your Portal, and upload a PDF, JPEG or .png of your test cartridge with results plainly visible, and write on the test cartridge itself your name, date of birth, and the test date

    • Did you complete a test at an off-campus lab or testing site? If you had a test done through a laboratory or testing site, go to the test uploader in your COVID-19 Info tab in your Portal, and upload a PDF, JPEG or .png of your official lab test result.  It cannot be a text message.  It must include your name, DOB, date of test, type of test, and result.
    • Did you complete a test on-campus? If you had your positive test at Campus Health & Wellbeing, your results will be available on your CH&W Portal. It will be automatically uploaded on your behalf.

    • Did you complete a Saliva Lab test and were notified that it was "not negative?"  The Saliva Lab test is not a diagnostic test, so all "not negative" tests need to be confirmed.  You do not need to report this on your Daily Screener nor upload anything yet.To confirm your results, you have three options:

      • Test at CH&W (you have been given instructions on how to schedule this)

      • Do a home antigen test and upload the result if it is positive (see above instructions)

      • Have a test at an off-campus lab or testing site and upload the result if it is positive (see above instructions). A negative confirmation test is only accepted if it is a CH&W or lab-run PCR test with an official result

  3. Isolate for 10 days per guidelines in your email.  You will have an opportunity to qualify for a possible early isolation release – see “How to be officially released at the end of your isolation period.”

  4. Follow further emailed instructions from COVID-19 Help.

What to do if you are feeling ill or exposed to COVID

A Guide to Home Testing

Home testing is increasingly being used to rapidly diagnose COVID-19 and isolate people quickly to prevent the spread of infection. Please refer to the scenarios below for guidance.

  • My home test is NEGATIVE, and I don’t have any symptoms of COVID-19
    • Good – continue to follow safe practices.
    • Please note that a home antigen test on Day 5 of isolation does not release you early if you are an on campus resident. (see below “How to shorten isolation after five days in the Isolation section below”)
  • My home test is NEGATIVE, and I have symptoms of COVID-19 (even mild)
    • You don’t have evidence of COVID-19 today, but most likely it may be another viral infection, i.e. cold or flu.  Continue to isolate at home until your symptoms have resolved so you don’t spread this illness.  There is still a risk of testing negative for COVID-19 if it is early in the course of your illness.  If your symptoms worsen or are not resolving, please seek care and get a diagnostic COVID-19 test. 
  • My home test is POSITIVE and I DON’T have symptoms. Please IMMEDIATELY:
    • Report on your Daily Screener that you have been diagnosed with COVID-19
    • Upload your result.  Go to the test uploader in your COVID-19 Info tab in your Portal. Write on the cartridge itself your name, date of birth, and the test date and upload a PDF, JPEG or .png of your test cartridge with results plainly visible.
    • Report to the SLO County Department of Public Health that you have a positive home test.
    • Start your 10 day isolation.  Your first day of isolation is the date that you did your home test (Day zero). For example, if your home test was positive on October 2nd, your isolation will be through October 12th and you will be released on October 13th.  Your first day of isolation is the date that you did your home test (Day zero). 
      • You may be cleared from isolation if you obtain a PCR test (not home test) within 48 hours of doing your home test and it is NEGATIVE AND you still DON'T have any symptoms. You will need to respond to the isolation letter from COVID-19 Help and attach (PDF, JPEG or .png) ​the official result of your NEGATIVE PCR test for your result to be reviewed.
    • Follow further emailed instructions from COVID-19 Help
  • My home test is POSITIVE and I DO have symptoms. Please IMMEDIATELY:
    • Report on your Daily Screener that you have been diagnosed with COVID-19
    • Upload your result.  Go to the test uploader in your COVID-19 Info tab in your Portal. Write on the cartridge itself your name, date of birth, and the test date and upload a PDF, JPEG or .png of your test cartridge with results plainly visible.
    • Report to the SLO County Department of Public Health that you have a positive home test.
    • Start isolation for 10 days.  Your first day of isolation is the date that you did your home test (Day zero). For example, if your home test was positive on October 2nd, your isolation will be through October 12th and you will be released on October 13th.
    • Follow further emailed instructions from the COVID-19 Help.

What to do if you have symptoms 

We are asking all students to monitor their health. Stay home if you feel sick and wear a face covering when you are around others. If you think you may have symptoms of COVID-19, call Health Services at 805-756-1211 for evaluation and testing. You may also use a home test, or go to an off-campus medical office or urgent care.

Current and enrolled students who are symptomatic should self-isolate in their rooms until their diagnosis is known. People with COVID-19 have reported a wide range of symptoms, ranging from mild symptoms to severe illness, but the current variant usually has very mild symptoms, similar to a mild cold. Symptoms may appear two to 14 days after exposure to the virus. Current and enrolled students who have symptoms can call Campus Health and Wellbeing (CH&W) at 805-756-1211 for an appointment and testing.

If you have possible symptoms of COVID-19, please seek medical care even if you are fully immunized and have received a booster, and/or you have already had COVID. It is possible to have breakthrough cases of COVID-19 despite vaccinations and you can unfortunately get COVID-19 more than once. Though these cases are possibly less severe, you are still infectious to others.  

Symptoms may include:

  • Fever or chills
  • Cough
  • Shortness of breath or difficulty breathing
  • Fatigue
  • Muscle or body aches
  • Headache
  • New loss of taste or smell
  • Sore throat
  • Congestion or runny nose
  • Nausea or vomiting
  • Diarrhea

What to do if you were exposed

Exposure

Close contact exposure to COVID-19 is being in the same room or vehicle as someone who has tested positive for COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period.  You should take precautions to keep others safe, monitor yourself, get tested, and you may need to quarantine.

  1. Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days following your last exposure.  This means avoiding situations where you would need to remove your mask around others, such as eating at a restaurant.  It is especially critical in indoor settings and when near those at higher risk for severe COVID-19.
  2. Watch for symptoms.  
  3. Get tested  
    • If you have symptoms that might be COVID, call and schedule a test at Campus Health & Wellbeing, do a home test, or go to an off-campus test site.  You do not have to wait for Day 5 after exposure to test.    You can test as soon as your symptoms start.
    • If you are asymptomatic, schedule a test at the Saliva Lab.  It is most sensitive if you wait for Day 5 after your last exposure.  Example:  you last saw a friend on October 3rd.  They had a test done on October 2nd and just got their positive results.  The last day you saw them was on October 3rd, so get a test done on or after October 8.
  4. Report on your Daily Screener
  5. Do I need to quarantine?
  • You must quarantine (mandatory) if you 
    • are a resident in a high-risk setting (emergency shelters and cooling and heating centers, healthcare settings, correctional facilities, detention centers, homeless shelters, long-term care settings, and adult and senior care facilities). If this applies to you, please notify COVID-19 Help by text at (805) 242-3204. Your campus pass will be yellow. 
  • You are recommended to quarantine if you 
    • have experienced high-risk exposure. Examples include exposure from someone in your household or from an intimate partner, or from unmasked activities with increased exertion, voice projection, or face-to-face contact such as indoor group singing or contact sports. 
    • are more likely to become infected because you are immunocompromised or not vaccinated. 
    • If you elect to quarantine, please notify COVID-19 Help by text at (805) 242-3204. Note that your campus pass will be yellow through your quarantine period.
  • If you do not fall into either of these categories to quarantine, please follow the above rules for exposure and wear a well-fitted mask for 10 days when around others.

    6. If you are employed on or off campus, contact your employer for workplace-specific instructions that may be different from Cal Poly. 

See Quarantine instructions below and the SLO County Public Health Order for Quarantine. 

Isolation

All Students in Isolation

Isolation separates those who have been diagnosed with COVID-19 from others for 10 days to prevent spreading the infection. If you are in isolation, you should monitor your health and seek medical attention if your condition worsens or if you need help.

  • You will receive an email from COVID-19 Help with further instructions.
  • You will have an opportunity to qualify for a possible early isolation release – see “How to be officially released at the end of your isolation period.”
  • If you want to leave the area to isolate in another location, please see instructions below under “Additional Support for All Students: Can I travel if I’m on county-mandated orders?”

Stay at home.

  • Do not leave your residence except for obtaining medical care or in the event of an emergency. Do not travel until a full 10 days have passed (see below section "Additional Support for all students: can I travel if I'm on county-mandated orders?"). Do not attend class, work, restaurants, grocery stores, or any public gathering or place.
  • Do not have any visitors or contact with delivery people.
  • Avoid sharing dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, towels, or bedding with other people or pets. After using these items, wash them thoroughly with soap and water.
  • See below for possible early release from isolation.

Monitor your health.

  • Self-monitor body temperature and overall health and wellness.
  • Call Campus Health and Wellbeing at 805-756-1211 if you develop any worrisome symptoms of COVID-19 during the 10-day period or have any other concerns.
  • Call Cal Poly Counseling Services at (805) 756-2511 if you have any mental health concerns. Crisis care is available.
  • Call 911 or go to the nearest emergency department if you have emergency medical needs such as difficulty breathing, chest pressure or confusion.

Wear a high-quality, well-fitting mask around others for a full 10 days.

  • Even if you are released early, you must wear a well-fitting mask for 10 days, meaning that you will not be able to eat with others. The best mask is an N95.  A friend can pick these up for you at the Rec Center.

If you are at a higher risk of severe disease, such as asthma, heart disease, diabetes or obesity, contact your medical provider and ask about treatment options.

Notify your close contacts that they have been exposed.

  • A close contact is anyone who was in the same room (indoors) or vehicle with you for a total of 15 minutes or more over a 24-hour period during your infectious period.
    • The infectious period for COVID-19 starts 2 days before your symptoms appear (or 2 days before your positive test if you did not have symptoms) and continues until the end of your isolation.
  • Contacts who are Cal Poly students should identify themselves on the Daily Screener for further instructions.

If you have in-person classes, labs or are employment on or off campus, please read guidance on the instructor notification of student absences process in your syllabi and report any illness to your employer.

Your isolation period will be determined by your test date.

  • The beginning of your isolation period will start on the date of your positive test. For instance, if you tested positive on 9/1, your isolation period will be ten full days through 9/11, and you will be eligible for a green pass starting the morning of 9/12.
  • Any other definition of isolation dates must be documented in writing by the SLO Public Health Department or the county in which you were tested. Please reply to your isolation email with documentation from the SLO Public Health Department attached for review.

Follow the advice of your health care provider, the university and/or local public health officials.

For On-Campus Students

COVID-19 Help will send an email regarding Isolation in Place (IIP). Remain in your room with the door closed as much as possible.

Per our local Public Health officials: 

  • Wear a mask at all times in your room, unless you do not have any roommates. Ask a friend to obtain N95 masks for you at the Rec Center as they are the best mask.
  • You are strongly encouraged to share the news with your roommates, so that everyone can take appropriate precautions.
  • Keep your door to your room closed and windows open as much as possible.

The following exceptions are allowed while wearing a well-fitted mask. Keep trips brief and then return directly to your room:  

  • Use the common bathroom.  If possible, avoid heavy traffic times.  Always keep your mask on except when brushing your teeth/brief showering.
  • Pick up food on-campus after ordering on GrubHub.  Eat in your room away from others.
  • Pick up food outside your residence after being delivered by an off-campus restaurant or other delivery service. Eat in your room away from others.
  • Use the laundry facilities in your building. If possible, avoid heavy traffic times.
  • Sit outside, away from others to get fresh air.  You can go for a walk alone.  Please wear your mask.

You are not permitted to: 

  • Go to in-person classes, labs, or workplaces
  • Leave the Cal Poly campus, except for an emergency evacuation. 
  • Be with others in groups.
  • Attend group events like religious services, outdoor concerts, and other gatherings that bring people together. 
  • Utilize the Recreation Center. 
  • Enter other residential communities.

How to be Officially Released at the End of Your Isolation Period

This process is mandatory to ensure that you have recovered, and our campus stays safe.

A shortened Isolation period ​(a minimum of five days, released on Day 6 at the earliest) is considered only if:

  • You have resolving symptoms, AND
  • You have not had a fever for more than 24 hours, and you have not been taking fever medications, AND
  • You have a negative DIAGNOSTIC or HOME ANTIGEN TEST done on Day five or later, AND
  • Agree to wear a well-fitted mask for a full 10-day period when around others, especially indoors.  This means that you will not be able to eat with others.

What type of test qualifies for a possible early isolation release?

All students, on- and off-campus, have two options for early release testing.  Wait until at least Day 5 of your illness to do this test.  Day 0 is the day you had your positive test.  

  • A diagnostic antigen test at an off-campus facility that can provide an official result. Notify COVID-19 Help by replying to your isolation order email from COVID-19 Help with your official result attached.(PDF, JPEG, PNG). It must include your full name, date of birth, collection date of test, type of test, result of test, and laboratory name.  Do not upload your negative test through your portal.

  • You can use a home antigen test for this purpose. Notify COVID-19 Help that you have a negative 5-day result by replying to their isolation email and attach a PDF, JPEG or PNG of your negative antigen test.  Please write on the test cartridge itself your full name, date of birth, and date of test.  The result must be visible. Do not upload your negative test through your portal.

  • Testing at the on-campus saliva testing site in the University Union will not fulfill this requirement for early release testing. Campus Health and Wellbeing will not be doing testing for early release.

After receiving your negative Day 5 or after antigen test, COVID-19 Help will review your information, and if you have attested to the above requirements, you will receive a Green Pass ​and be informed via email. You will be able to go to class, lab, group settings, but must wear a well-fitted mask through Day 10.  You will be able to go to dining facilities, but cannot eat indoors or outdoors around others.

If the student tests positive on their 5-day test, is unable to or chooses not to test for a possible early isolation release, the student will be automatically released at the end of their isolation period (minimum 10 days) and receive an email that their pass is updated.

Students who are immunocompromised should verify with their medical provider regarding the length of their isolation period and notify COVID-19 Help regarding any extension.

If you develop symptoms after early release, please seek medical care and get another test.

If you are not recovering and not feeling well, please contact your healthcare provider or Campus Health & Wellbeing for further instructions.

Quarantine

All Students in Quarantine

Quarantine separates those who have had an exposure to COVID-19 from others for 10 days.  The exposed person may contract the virus and they will be infectious to others starting 48 hours before they develop symptoms.

 

Please review the "What to do if you were exposed" section to determine if you need to quarantine or not.  Please call COVID-19 Help to inform them of your quarantine at 805-242-3204 and report on your Daily Screener.

 

Stay home or in your room as much as possible for 10 days.  See below for possible early release from quarantine.

 

Wear a well-fitting mask around others for a total of 10 days following your last exposure.  

  • This means avoiding situations where you would need to remove your mask around others, such as eating at a restaurant.
  • It is especially critical in indoor settings and when near those at higher risk for severe COVID-19.

Avoid exposing others as you may develop COVID-19 or have asymptomatic COVID-19. 

  • Avoid contact with other people within your residence as much as possible, and wear a face covering in shared spaces, such as a shared restroom, kitchens or hallways at all times. 
  • Avoid sharing dishes, drinking glasses, cups, eating utensils, towels, or bedding with other people or pets. After using these items, wash them thoroughly with soap and water. 

Watch for symptoms.  

  • Self-monitor body temperature and overall health and wellness. 
  • If you develop symptoms after you are exposed, please schedule an appointment at CH&W at 805-756-1211. You do not have to wait for day 5 to test. 

Monitor yourself and get tested

  • If you are in the compliance testing program, please continue this testing through your quarantine period at the UU Saliva Lab as long as you do not have symptoms.  
  • If you do not have symptoms, test on Day 5 or after.  Example:  you last saw a friend on October 3rd.  They had a test done on October 2nd and just got their positive results.  The last day you saw them was on October 3rd, so get a test done on or after October 8.  You can test at the Saliva Lab, or test off-campus, or use a home test.  Please upload if your test is positive.
  • Call Campus Health and Wellbeing at 805-756-1211 for an appointment if you have concerns regarding your exposure. You are allowed on campus to visit medical services during your quarantine for related issues. 
  • Call Cal Poly Counseling Services at (805) 756-2511 if you have any mental health concerns. Crisis care is available. 

If you have in-person classes, please read guidance on the instructor notification of student absences process. If your professor needs verification, please have them contact the Dean of Students Office. 

If you are employed, contact your employer for assistance.  There may be other guidance related to your workplace. 
 
Follow the advice of your health care provider, the university and/or local public health officials. 
 

For On-Campus Students

This section pertains only to students who are in quarantine (must stay home) because of exposure amid high-risk circumstances. 

Per our local Public Health officials:

  • Wear a mask at all times in your room, unless you do not have any roommates.   Ask a friend to obtain N95 masks for you at the Rec Center as they are the best mask.
  • You are strongly encouraged to share the news with your roommates, so that everyone can take appropriate precautions.
  • Keep your door to your room closed and windows open as much as possible.

The following exceptions are allowed for brief trips and then returning directly to your room:

  • Use the common bathroom.  If possible, avoid heavy traffic times.  Always keep your mask on except when brushing your teeth/brief showering.
  • Pick up food on-campus after ordering on GrubHub.  Eat in your room away from others.
  • Pick up food outside your residence after being delivered by an off-campus restaurant or other delivery service. Eat in your room away from others.
  • Use the laundry facilities in your building and following the schedule for your floor or wing provided by University Housing.  Please contact your community Coordinator of Student Development (CSD) for more information.
  • Sit outside, away from others to get fresh air.  You can go for a walk alone.  Please wear your mask.

You are not permitted to:

  • Go to in-person labs, classes, or work.
  • Leave the Cal Poly campus, except for an emergency evacuation. 
  • Be with others in groups.
  • Attend group events like religious services, outdoor concerts, and other gatherings that bring people together. 
  • Utilize the Recreation Center. 
  • Enter other residential communities.
     

For Off-Campus Students

This section pertains only to students who are in quarantine (must stay home) because of exposure amid high-risk circumstances. 

  • Remain in your residence with the door closed, ideally in a room by yourself.    
  • You will be prohibited from visiting campus during this time for any reason except for testing or medical care. Your daily self-screening pass will be disabled throughout your quarantine and your pass will be yellow.  
  • Food and essential supplies.  Consider using a delivery service such as Instacart which is available for stores such as Ralphs, CVS, Food 4 Less, Vons, Staples, Rite Aid, and Sprouts.  Arrange safe delivery.  A County quarantine order prohibits you from visiting store or restaurants.  If you need assistance beyond what your household members can provide, please call the SLO County Public Health Department at (805) 781-5500.   
  • Please follow the SLO County Public Health Quarantine Instructions 
     

How to be Released at the End of your Quarantine Period 

This section pertains only to students who are in quarantine (must stay home) because of exposure amid high-risk circumstances. Please see Exposure and Quarantine Overview for details.

Please make sure your community stays safe by following these instructions for possible early release from quarantine: 

A shortened quarantine period (a minimum of five days, released on Day 6 at the earliest) is considered only if

  • You are asymptomatic, AND 
  • You have a negative COVID-19 test done on Day five or later, AND 
  • You agree to wear a well-fitted mask for a full 10-day period when around others, especially indoors. This means that you will not be able to eat with others. 

What type of test qualifies for a possible early quarantine release after 5 days? 

All students, on- and off-campus, have two options for early release testing.  Wait until at least Day 5 of your illness to do this test.  Day 0 is the day you had your positive test.  

  • A diagnostic antigen test at an off-campus facility that can provide an official result. Reply to your isolation order email from COVID-19 Help and attach your official result (PDF, JPEG, PNG).  It must include your full name, date of birth, collection date of test, type of test, result of test, and laboratory name.  Do not upload your negative test through your portal.
  • You can use a home antigen test for this purpose. Notify COVID-19 Help that you have a negative 5-day result by replying to their isolation email and attach a PDF, JPEG or PNG of your negative antigen test.  Please write on the test cartridge itself with your full name, date of birth, and date of test.  The result must be visible. Do not upload your negative test through your portal.
  • Testing at the UU Saliva Lab will not fulfill this requirement for early release testing. Campus Health and Wellbeing will not be doing testing for early release.

After receiving your negative Day 5 test result, IQST will review your case, and if you have met requirements, you will receive a Green Pass and be informed via email. 

  • Please remember to continue to wear your well-fitted mask around others through Day 10. 
  • You will be able to go to class, lab, and other group activities with a well-fitting mask on, indoors and outdoors. 
  • You will be able to go to dining facilities for grab and go meals but cannot eat indoors or outdoors with others. You will not be able to eat with others until 10 total days have passed. 
  • If you develop symptoms after early release, please call Health Services for an appointment and/or test or seek a test off-campus. 

If a student is unable to or chooses not to test for a possible early quarantine release, the student will be automatically released at the end of their quarantine period (minimum 10 days) and receive an email that their pass is updated. 

If you develop symptoms after early release, please seek medical care and get another test. 
 

Additional Support for All Students

Students are encouraged to reach out to the following Cal Poly supportive services to help during quarantine or isolation.

Campus Health and Wellbeing

  • Campus Health and Wellbeing (CHW) has a 24/7 after-hours nurse advice line to discuss any health-related concerns privately and confidentially.
  • Website: Campus Health and Wellbeing
  • Phone: 805-756-1211
  • PULSE Peer Health Coaches are available to meet with you via Zoom to talk about your concerns, get support, and perhaps learn some tools to help care for yourself. Get support from a Peer Health Coach.
  • PULSE Peer Health Coaches also offer a small group twice per month. Mental Health Dialogue Group is a space to talk about stressors and experiences and to get support from your peers.

Counseling Services and Crisis Services

  • Counseling Services remains committed to supporting the well-being of all students during these challenging times. The full range of services has been transitioned to a virtual format. Visit the Counseling website for more information or call to schedule an appointment.
  • Website: Counseling Services
  • Phone: 805-756-2511

Disability Resource Center (DRC)

Students may make arrangements — as like any other student who misses class due to illness — by coordinating directly with the faculty member to develop arrangements that allow them to receive credit for missed assignments or activities. While faculty are not obligated to do so, arrangements can include:

  • A notetaker (while maintaining confidentiality of the ill student)
  • Virtual or makeup exams/classwork
  • Other virtual opportunities to maintain engagement

 

The DRC can help with COVID situations when it affects a student's existing disability or if a student presents with Long COVID. If you continue to experience long-term symptoms that might be associated with your initial COVID diagnosis and would need to explore accommodations related to Long COVID, then please complete DRC’s Student Online Application found on the DRC website and submit documentation completed by your doctor or healthcare provider with the following information:

 

  • A clear diagnosis or statement indicating Long COVID
  • A description of your functional limitations associated with your diagnosis
  • A description of severity level
  • Any medication you might be taking to treat your symptoms, if applicable
  • An estimated timeline for recovery


DRC medical documentation guidelines can also be found here.

DRC Contact Information:

Website: DRC Website

Location: Bldg 124 (Student Services, across from Spanos Stadium)

Disability Resource Center

Email: DRC@calpoly.edu

Phone: 805-756-1395

Academic Advising

Travel Guidance for Students in Isolation or Quarantine

We recommend students move to a safe off-campus location for the duration of their isolation, which may be their home residence during isolation or quarantine.      

Can I travel if I'm on county-mandated orders?

If a student in quarantine or isolation wants to travel, they must accept the risks associated with that decision. Please reply to the COVID-19 Help email regarding your isolation or quarantine and request permission ASAP to travel to another location. 

Any student on a county-mandated order for quarantine or isolation must comply with the following: 

  • Absolutely no travel using public transportation (bus, train, airplane, ride-share, Uber, etc.) 
  • Travel only via private car with no stops and no other passengers. 
  • Family or others may transport the student only if they are aware and accept the increased risk of contracting COVID-19 from the student. 
  • Student must isolate and quarantine at their destination (private room and private bathroom). 
  • Student and destination occupants must accept responsibility for the increased infectious risk. 

For instructions on returning to campus after isolation or quarantine at home, please refer to your COVID-19 Help email. Specific testing types are required for a safe early return. 

For additional travel guidelines, please visit the Travel and Study Abroad page. 

 

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