LEXINGTON, Ky. (Oct. 12, 2020) — The daily health screening completed by University of Kentucky students and employees who come to campus will now be available in an app, which provides much more flexibility for the user. The new UK Wellness Review app is now available for both Android and iOS devices.
The daily health screening is an important component in UK’s robust effort to keep the UK community healthy and safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. If students or employees indicate symptoms of illness in their daily screening, UK Health Corps will follow up with those individuals for appropriate action that may include coronavirus testing and individualized support from the Health Corps team.
Since the Fall 2020 semester began, the daily health screening has been sent via email each morning to UK community members who will be on campus, however the UK Wellness Review app provides access to the daily screening at any time in addition to the daily email. Now there will be no need to wait until an email arrives. Also, the app has a resources page that will help answer questions or provide contact information to UK Health Corps.
The app will work on any mobile device, including smartphones, iPads and tablets for both Android and iOS. More information about the daily health screening can be found by visiting http://go.uky.edu/dailyscreening.
Download the UK Wellness Review for iOS App Store: https://apps.apple.com/us/app/uk-wellness-review/id1527807574.
Download the UK Wellness Review app on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mysalesforce.salesforce1.C00D3h0000057S4CEAU.A0OT3h000000TOYEGA4.
Follow these directions to download the app:
- Go to your device’s App Store.
- Search UK Wellness Review.
- Download the app.
- The first time you open the app, an agreement statement will appear.
- Once you agree to the statement, the login screen will appear.
- Login with your linkblue ID.
- Read the message about allowing access.
- Next create a 4-digit passcode.
- You should now be in the daily screening app and can complete the daily screening at any point during the day.
For technical issues or questions, please contact 218Help@uky.edu or 859-218-HELP (4357).
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