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Who can use WA Exposure Notifications?

The WA Exposure Notifications app was initially available only to University of Washington students and employees during the early release pilot. On November 30, 2020 it was made available to everyone in Washington.

When is the end of the UW pilot period?

It ended on November 30, 2020 when WA Exposure Notifications was made available to everyone in Washington.

What happens at the end of the UW Pilot?

Anyone using the app in the early release pilot period can keep using the app without any disruption after the statewide launch that happened on November 30, 2020. Whether you use an iPhone or Android, the early release version will automatically become the statewide release version and will function on your phone exactly as it did during the pilot. You are able to keep using WA Exposure Notifications just as you were before November 30.

COVID-19 Information

Someone I’ve been in close contact with tested positive for COVID-19, why didn’t I get a notification from WA Exposure Notifications?

WA Exposure Notifications is currently available only to students and employees at UW, and use is voluntary, so not everyone you are in contact with will be a user. Because of that it’s important to remember that you can be exposed to COVID-19 without receiving a notification from your phone. If you think you may have been exposed to COVID-19, please review this information.

What should I do if my friend/roommate/classmate/colleague tests positive for COVID-19?

You can find information about what to do if you think you have been exposed to COVID-19 on the UW COVID-19 information page.

Where can I get tested for COVID-19?

You can find testing locations at UW here. You can find state-wide testing sites here.

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