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K-State Today

October 8, 2020

Symptom tracker available to campus communities

Submitted by Division of Communications and Marketing

With positive COVID-19 cases still steady in Kansas and October marking the start of flu season, students, faculty and staff are encouraged to monitor their health and use the Lafene Health Center's myLafene+ patient portal to document and keep track of any COVID-19-related symptoms.

The myLafene+ patient portal is designed to help students, faculty and staff monitor their health and make informed decisions on which activities to engage or not engage in. Users also can see when they should contact Lafene Health Center because of their symptoms and determine the length of time for quarantine or isolation based on what day symptoms were first reported.

Learn more about myLafene+ patient portal, find more CDC tips to reduce risk and stop the spread of COVID-19 and learn more about health and wellness at K-State.