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University of Rochester COVID-19 Dashboard

University of Rochester COVID-19 Dashboard

Updated: April 15, 2021 at 1 P.m. ET

We’re committed to protecting the health of our community—our students, faculty, staff, and the greater Rochester area. This dashboard includes the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across our campuses, data about our ongoing surveillance testing, and additional information to keep the University community up-to-date on the current status of COVID-19 on our campuses.

University of Rochester COVID-19 Dashboard

Updated: April 15, 2021 at 1 P.m. ET

We’re committed to protecting the health of our community—our students, faculty, staff, and the greater Rochester area. This dashboard includes the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases across our campuses, data about our ongoing surveillance testing, and additional information to keep the University community up-to-date on the current status of COVID-19 on our campuses.

New positive cases in the last 24 hours

Count of students, faculty, and staff who have tested positive within the last 24 hours.

0

Eastman Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

0

Medical Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

1

River Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

1

Total
Positive Tests

Data Notes

This includes both UHS administered and externally administered testing that has been reported to the University for students, faculty and staff.

Medical Campus excludes hospitals/clinical offices.

Positive cases over the past 14 days

Count of students, faculty, and staff who have tested positive within the last 14 days.

6

Eastman Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

0

Medical Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

34

River Campus
Students, Faculty, Staff
Positive Tests

40

Total
Positive Tests

Data Notes

This includes both UHS-administered and externally administered testing that has been reported to the University for students, faculty, and staff.

Per NYS “Supplemental Guidance for COVID-19 Containment at Higher Education Institutions During the Public Health Emergency” issued August 28, 2020, a “Pause” may be state mandated when a campus reaches 100 COVID-positive cases or 5% of the total on-campus population, whichever is lower.

Medical Campus excludes hospitals/clinical offices.

Total positive cases and campus-administered tests

Positive test results may be the outcome of University testing or self-reported external testing. Campus-administered tests of students began on August 1. This includes surveillance testing.

34,343

Total test results since August 1

414

Total positive cases since August 1

Data Notes

Includes all PCR tests and rapid antigen tests administered by University Health Service.

Positive test results may be the outcome of University testing or self-reported external testing.

Students in isolation or quarantine

Tracking students, with or without symptoms, that have had close contact with someone diagnosed with COVID-19.

Total students in isolation

9

On-campus isolation

14

Off-campus isolation
(private residence)

0

Off-campus isolation
(hotel space)

Total students in quarantine

13

On-campus quarantine

11

Off-campus quarantine
(private residence)

0

Off-campus quarantine
(hotel space)

Isolation and Quarantine Capacity

On-campus capacity for
isolation and quarantine

Off-Campus capacity for
isolation and quarantine (hotel space)

Data Notes

Isolation includes any students with symptoms awaiting test results and any confirmed positive cases.

Quarantine includes students without symptoms currently under quarantine (on or off campus) due to being designated as a close or proximate contact to someone known to have COVID-19, or students who are under quarantine due to international travel from a CDC level 2 or 3 country, or from a restricted U.S. state listed on the NYS Travel Advisory.

Off-campus quarantine capacity is the number of rooms of contracted hotel space.

Our commitment to privacy

We will make every effort to keep faculty, students, and staff up-to-date about COVID-19 cases, but as an educational and medical institution, we are obligated to protect the privacy of each individual who is part of our University community. We ask that all members of that community do the same.

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