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Introducing the Healthy Together App for COVID-19 Screening and Reporting – Norman Campus

The University of Oklahoma Norman campus is introducing the Healthy Together app – a convenient tool for COVID-19 screening and reporting for students, faculty, and staff.

The Healthy Together app’s Passport feature replaces the university’s online COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool, which was first implemented in March 2020.

When to Complete the Healthy Together App Passport

Students, faculty, and staff in OU Norman campus programs are strongly encouraged to complete the Passport through the Healthy Together app before participating in any on- or off-campus activity or responsibility each time they answer YES to any of the questions listed here.

Healthy Together App – Steps to Connect to OU

  • To get started, download the Healthy Together app from the Apple App Store (iOS devices) or Google Play Store (Android devices). This page provides the necessary links to download the app and to connect the app to OU: healthytogether.io/connect/SOONER
  • You can also manually connect the app to OU by following these steps:
    • Tap the “More” tab once you have the app downloaded
    • Tap “Organizations”
    • Tap “Connect to a new organization”
    • Enter the code “SOONER”
  • Agree to connect the app with OU
  • Enter your OU ID (the nine-digit number found on your OU ID card)

Steps to Complete the Healthy Together Passport (Screening Tool)

  • Tap the “Passport” tab
  • Tap “Get Passport”
  • Answer the health assessment questions
  • After you’ve answered all questions, the app will notify you of your screening results
  • Follow the instructions for what to do next

Other App Features

The Healthy Together app can help you fi­nd nearby vaccination and testing sites, view test results (available from two weeks prior to installing the app), assess your symptoms, and learn what to do after you’ve been tested for COVID-19.

If you’ve enabled push notifications for the app, it will send a notification to complete the passport on the schedule you set for it. 

The app has been made available to OU through a partnership between the Oklahoma State Department of Health and the Healthy Together app.

Protecting Your Privacy

The university is committed to protecting the privacy of the personal information collected by the Healthy Together app. Healthy Together will ask you to provide minimal personal contact information, which will be shared with authorized OU personnel as necessary to reduce the spread of COVID-19. 

OU’s use of the Healthy Together app does not:

  • Utilize location tracking
  • Automatically notify supervisors (employees) or faculty members (students) of a user’s Passport results (the app will provide you with information on how to provide notification, if necessary)

OU Health Sciences Center and OU-Tulsa

Employees and students at the OU Health Sciences Center and OU-Tulsa should continue using the online COVID-19 Screening and Reporting Tool for their campus.

Other Ways You Can Keep OU Healthy

  • Get vaccinated. The university requires all employees to be fully vaccinated by Jan. 4, 2022, and strongly encourages students to get vaccinated.
  • The university encourages masking indoors. OU community members are expected to mask indoors, especially in high-density settings, such as classrooms and at events when not eating or drinking.
  • Continue practicing healthy behaviors. Other behaviors, like frequent hand washing and staying home when you feel sick, should still be practiced, no matter the time of year.