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Collection of Information - Contact Tracing

Brock has a comprehensive approach to assist public health in their contact tracing in the event of an identified positive case of COVID-19 on our campus. Safeguarding the health and safety of Brock University students, faculty and staff is a top priority.


Brock's contact tracing role is about ensuring that we have ready access to the contact information we collect, in the event it is required for release to Public Health in relation to the communicable disease investigation.


In order to assist a public health unit in the event of an individual who has an identified positive case of the virus, has been on Brock’s campus and in close proximity of other students, staff, or faculty, Brock will work with the public health unit to provide them with contact information regarding those who may have been exposed. This will only be provided to a public health unit in the form of the individual’s name, phone number and email. This could mean providing a list of students in a class, those working in a research lab, students in residence or staff/faculty engaged in recreational activities that may have been exposed to the virus. The information will be given to the contact tracer at a public health unit through a secure method. This information may be maintained by Brock for one year. A public health unit will then contact the individual as per Ontario Health Protection and Promotion Act, which provides a public health unit with the authority to investigate infectious diseases.


If you have any further questions, please contact the Campus Security Services at Brock University at 905-688-5550 x3130.