Use Coronavirus Health Screening

The Coronavirus Health Screening solution delivers a set of capabilities that help you screen employees and visitors by requiring that they self-report symptoms or contact, record the result of a temperature check, and track who was permitted to enter a facility or location on a given date.

In this topic, you’ll learn how to use the solution by assuming the role of a user and performing the workflows below.

Self-report symptoms or contact

You will start by assuming the role of an employee in a government agency, business, or utility. Each day before entering a facility you are asked to attest that you are symptom free and have not had recent contact with anyone who has tested positive for coronavirus.

  1. In a browser, go to the Employee Health Screening survey.
  2. In the Employee Health Screening survey, fill in the following details:

    ParameterValue

    Campus, Building, or Place Name

    Select Building 1.

    Full Name

    Type your name.

    Email

    Type your email address.

    Have you tested positive for COVID-19 in the last 14 days?

    Select No.

    Do you have any of these symptoms that you can't attribute to another condition?

    Select No.

    Have you had contact with anyone who was diagnosed with COVID-19 in the last 14 days?

    Select No.

    Certification

    Select I certify the information above is correct.

    Signature

    Provide your signature.

  3. Note:

    If you are signed in, the form automatically fills in your name and email address from your user profile. If you select Yes to any of the health-related questions, a message displays at the bottom of the form indicating that you are at risk for COVID-19 and are not permitted to enter the building. No other questions display.

  4. Click Submit.

Perform a temperature check

Now, you will assume the role of a health screener in the same government agency, business, or utility. You are asked to perform a temperature check of employees or visitors before they are permitted to enter the facility.

Note:

If an organization chooses to ask employees and visitors to self-report their temperature, these steps do not apply. Follow these steps to expose a temperature check question in the health screening surveys.

  1. In a browser, go to the Health Screening Dashboard application.
  2. The Health Screening Dashboard opens with a list of employees and visitors who require a temperature check.
  3. Find the individual in the list you submitted using the Employee Health Screening survey and click the thermometer icon to the right of their name.

    The Temperature Check survey opens in a new tab.

  4. Confirm the value for Full Name matches the individual you selected.
  5. For Temperature (°F), enter 98.
    Note:

    A temperature less than 100.4 is not considered a fever and results in a message that the individual is permitted to enter. Otherwise, a message displays that they are not permitted to enter.

  6. Click Submit.
  7. Close the Temperature Check survey and return to the Health Screening Dashboard.
  8. The Health Screening Dashboard is set to refresh every 15 seconds. Once it refreshes, the individual is removed from the Temperature Check list and displays in the Admit list.

Monitor health screenings

You will continue your role as a health screener in the government agency, business, or utility. You are asked to only admit employees or visitors who have passed the health screening into the building, while instructing those who fail the screening to return home. You are also asked to monitor building occupancy to ensure it doesn't exceed the maximum capacity.

  1. In a browser, go to the Health Screening Dashboard application.
  2. The Health Screening Dashboard opens with three lists, Temperature Check, Admit, and Rejected, at the top and an Occupancy indicator at the bottom.
    Note:

    If an organization chooses to ask employees and visitors to self-report their temperature, the Temperature Check list does not apply.

  3. On the left side of the dashboard, click the arrow to open the left panel.
  4. Under Location, select Building 1.

    The Occupancy indicator updates to reflect the number of employees and visitors who are admitted and the maximum capacity of the building.

    As additional individuals pass the health screening, the occupancy percentage updates. When occupancy reaches 100 percent, the value displays in red.

  5. Under Date, change the default setting of Today to a previous day to view everyone who was admitted and rejected that day.
  6. On the dashboard, click the Admit tab and review the list of individuals who passed the screening and are permitted to enter the building.
  7. Click the Rejected tab and review the list of individuals who failed the screening and are not permitted to enter the building.

Export a list of admitted employees and visitors

You will assume the role of a human resources executive. An employee has tested positive for COVID-19 and was recently in one of your buildings. You need to export a list of every employee and visitor who was admitted to the facility on the same day and follow up with the health department.

  1. In a browser, go to https://survey123.arcgis.com/.
  2. Click Sign In and sign in to your ArcGIS organization.
  3. Open the Employee Health Screening survey.
  4. Click the Data tab.
  5. Click Filter.
  6. Set the first expression to result is admit.
  7. Click Add expression.
  8. Set the second expression to EditDate is on and specify the date.
  9. Click Apply.
  10. Click Export and select your output format.