Posted Monday, Jan. 10
Next update: Monday, Jan. 17
This dashboard, updated weekly, depicts statistics related to cases, academic instruction modes, quarantine and isolation space, and prevention activities.
This data is being shared in a manner that protects medical and educational privacy of individuals. With this information and other data, we will consult with public health experts to make decisions about operations and safety measures.
Main Campus Positive Cases by Week
Figures include students, employees and contractors who tested positive on campus or self reported.
Wayne Campus Positive Cases by Week
UA Lakewood Site Positive Cases by Week
Medina Site Positive Cases by Week
Contractors are third-party vendors who have a daily presence on campus such as banking, retail sales and food service providers.
We have 63 people who have not yet completed the isolation protocols.
Next update: January 17.
Weekly Testing Results
The data provided represent the total number of individuals tested through the university on campus each week. This includes both symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals.
|Number of individuals tested||90||125||53||363|
Next Update for weekly testing: Jan. 19.
Time until results
We have rapid antigen or rapid RT-PCR testing capacity for more than 600 people per week. Swab and send PCR test results are being returned on average in 48-72 hours, and as few as 15 hours. Testing is conducted by Health Services, Athletics and by Klein's Pharmacy on campus.
The data provided are the percentage of verified vaccinations, meaning the number of individuals within the category who have provided documentation of their vaccination. The actual vaccination rate is likely higher than the percentages provided. This dashboard is updated weekly.
As of 12/8/21
|Population||Percent with Verified Vaccinations*|
Quarantine and isolation
Quarantine is for people without symptoms who have had close contact with someone with COVID-19, or have traveled from a region deemed high risk.
Isolation is for people who tested positive and have been diagnosed with COVID-19.
Availability of community protective equipment
Inventory on hand and replacements expected to be delivered within standard lead time. Follow standard operating procedure.
Limited inventory on hand and replacements not expected to be delivered within two weeks. Prioritize use.
Limited inventory and/or disruption to the external supply chain. Conservation procedures required.
Maintenance of enhanced cleaning
Enhanced cleaning across campus
Disinfection two to four times daily and daily deep clean
Disinfection once daily and daily deep/routine clean
No daily/routine disinfection or cleaning