(Updated on Nov. 18)

Health Information and Updates

Guide to Online Winter Quarter at De Anza

You can now find information, updates and resources for the 2021 winter quarter on our new webpage at deanza.edu/online-winter. We'll continue to update the page below with health information related to the coronavirus.

On this page, you'll find 

Health Services

Current students can visit the Health Services virtual clinic for services. The virtual clinic uses online video that is HIPAA-compliant for privacy and security, so students can talk with a health care provider about issues including women’s health, birth control, community resources and referrals. To schedule an appointment, send an email to dahealthclerk@fhda.edu

  • You can also visit Wellness Central, an online resource for students.
  • Note: If you have coronavirus symptoms – which may include a combination of fever, cough, difficulty breathing, headache, chills and loss of taste or smell  stay home and call your primary doctor, health care provider's nurse hotline, or Valley Medical Center at 408.885.5000.

Psychological Services

The Psychological Services office is open for fall quarter and offering online counseling as well as drop-in support groups. Visit the Psychological Services website for more information.

Guidance From Health Officials

Frequently Asked Questions

  • NEW!  Where can I get tested for COVID-19? 

  • What are symptoms of COVID-19, the new coronavirus disease?

  • Who is most at risk? 

  • How does COVID-19, the new coronavirus disease, spread? 

  • What should I do to prevent the spread of infection?   

  • Does the flu shot prevent COVID-19?

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How to Help

Health Resources

The following steps are recommended as most effective to avoid spreading respiratory illnesses.

  • Wash hands frequently
  • Cover coughs and sneezes properly
  • Avoid touching your face (eyes, nose, mouth)
  • Avoid close contact with others who are sick – and stay home if you are sick 

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Fighting Bias

The coronavirus is not tied to any particular population or ethnic group.

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