The attestation website provides students, faculty and staff with an easy-to-use method for attesting to any symptoms of possible COVID-19 or exposure history. The tool is designed to be accessible from either your phone, tablet, or computer.

What is the website URL?

The attestation website can be found at:

How do I get started?

Visit the URL above. You may need to login with your W&L username and password, depending upon whether you're using a university owned device or your own personal device. Should you experience issues logging into the page, visit our How To page for solutions to common issues.

How do I upload my Vaccination Card?

Once logged into the Attest website, you can access the Report Vaccination feature to record your vaccination dates and upload your vaccination card.

How do I complete the attestation?

Once you have access to the Attestation page, simply answer the two questions, then click "submit" (see screen shot below).

Attest screen shot

What happens if I answer "yes" to one or both screening questions?

Should you answer "yes" to one or both questions, you will receive a message on screen with instructions. For employees, HR and the employee supervisor will also receive an automated email indiciating that HR Covid Care will provide instructions.

"Yes" to Question 1

Attest screen shot

"Yes" to Question 2

Attest screen shot

What if I submit the wrong answers by accident?

If you accidentally submit the wrong answers for a given day, you can click the "Re-Attest" button. This will take you back to the original screening questions. You can then change your answer(s) and click "submit".

Can I add a website icon to the Home Screen of my phone?

Yes. If you plan to use your mobile phone to access the Attestation website, it would be a good idea to consider adding a page icon to your Home Screen. This would provide you with a quick and convenient way to reach without having to type the URL into a browser each day.

iOS Instructions

  1. Open the site in Safari and select the "Share" icon at the bottom (square with up arrow).
  2. Scroll down and select "Add to Home Screen" option.
  3. Confirm/edit the preferred name you want on the icon, then select "Add".

Android Instructions

  1. Open the site in Chrome and select the browser menu (3 dots in top right).
  2. Select "Add to Home Screen" option.
  3. Confirm/edit the preferred name you want on the icon, then select "Add".

What is the Contact Tracking feature?

This feature was designed to provide a quick and convenient method for you to keep track of people you've had close contact with on a daily basis. Having a reliable list of close contacts you can provide to public health authorities, should you ever test positive for COVID-19, is a valuable asset for containment and spread limitation.

Are employees required to use the Contact Tracking feature?

No, you are not required to use the tool that W&L has created; however, it is recommend that you plan to keep track of your contacts, should you ever need to refer back to your personal list.

Will W&L access or use my contacts data?

No, W&L will not access or use your contacts data. While the contacts data will be stored temporarily on university servers, access is limited to the person who entered the data.

Do I have to enter the name, phone number and email of my contacts?

No, the only required field is "name". The phone number and email are optional for your convenience.

How do I use the Contact Tracking feature?

  1. First click the Contact Tracking link and select a "date of contact".
  2. Next, type in a new contact or select the name of a previous contact from the drop down.
  3. Click "Add" to enter the contact into your personal list.

Attest screen shot

How do I get a list of the contacts I entered?

Using the tool, simply select a date and click the "export" button. A .csv file of all contact data from the date you've selected (and after) will be downloaded to your device.

Is there another method I can use to keep track of my contacts?

Yes, Virginia will be the first state in the U.S. to implement an exposure notification app using the Apple/Google framework. The app is called COVIDWISE. The tool uses Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology to quickly notify users who have likely been exposed so you can reduce the risk of infection for your friends and family and help Virginia stop the spread. To find out more and download the app, visit the Virginia Department of Health website.