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COVID-19 Dashboard

The University of Connecticut is committed to transparency as it communicates information pertaining to COVID-19 to all members of our community. This dashboard has been designed to accurately reflect statistics in a clear and concise manner. This data is University-wide (excluding UConn Health) and will be updated Monday through Friday.

The university closely monitors all data and trends regarding the presence of COVID-19 on our campuses and its impact on members of our community. Any decision to modify or curtail campus operations, including with respect to residential life and in-person classes, would be made based on several factors, including: the prevalence of illness in our community, our ability to provide adequate ongoing medical care and support to our residential population, and our ability to operate and maintain vital campus infrastructure. Read our UConn Today story for more information about the dashboard.

For more information, check out the daily and historical student testing data.

For more information on surveillance testing, check out our wastewater testing dashboard.

The information below represents data as of Thursday, January 21, 2021.

Today’s updated dashboard shows one new on-campus positive case.

Current Storrs COVID-19 Alert Level

RED : High Risk

Description of Alert Levels

Storrs Residential Positive Cases

Residential Student Population

4,600

Current Positive/Symptomatic Cases*

23

Current Percent Positive

0.50%

Total Number of Students Recovered (Positive/Symptomatic Cases)

0

Cumulative Student Tests Resulted

460

Cumulative Residential Student Positive Results*

23

Note: The number of tests for students will exceed the total student population as some students are tested multiple times.

*Current and cumulative case numbers may not match. This is because students who leave isolation are no longer reflected in the current positive/symptomatic on-campus number. They are reflected in the cumulative number.

Storrs Isolation Beds

Total Beds

245

Beds in Use

23

Beds Available

222

Storrs Off-Campus Positive Cases

New Positive Cases since 1/18

1

Note: All commuter students taking in-person classes are required to be tested before returning to campus. Students who test positive cannot return to campus until they're medically cleared.

Stamford Residential Positive Cases

Residential Student Population

145

Current Positive Cases

1

Current Percent Positive

0.69%

Total Number of Students Recovered

0

Cumulative Residential Student Tests Resulted

125

Cumulative Residential Student Positive Results

1

Stamford Off-Campus Positive Cases

Reported Positives since 1/18*

0

Note: All commuter students taking in-person classes are required to be tested before returning to campus.

*The positive cases at regional campuses that appear on the dashboard are those that have been reported to the university through the SHaW Patient Portal. Regional campus students who test positive are encouraged to report their positive test to the university through this system. Once logged into the portal, select “Document Upload” from the top menu bar, then select "COVID 19 Results and Clearance" in the Document Type drop-down menu. The dashboard does not reflect positive cases at regional campuses that are not reported through this system.

Avery Point Off-Campus Positive Cases

Reported Positives since 1/18*

0

Note: All commuter students taking in-person classes are required to be tested before returning to campus.

*The positive cases at regional campuses that appear on the dashboard are those that have been reported to the university through the SHaW Patient Portal. Regional campus students who test positive are encouraged to report their positive test to the university through this system. Once logged into the portal, select “Document Upload” from the top menu bar, then select "COVID 19 Results and Clearance" in the Document Type drop-down menu. The dashboard does not reflect positive cases at regional campuses that are not reported through this system.

Hartford Off-Campus Positive Cases

Reported Positives since 1/18*

0

Note: All commuter students taking in-person classes are required to be tested before returning to campus.

*The positive cases at regional campuses that appear on the dashboard are those that have been reported to the university through the SHaW Patient Portal. Regional campus students who test positive are encouraged to report their positive test to the university through this system. Once logged into the portal, select “Document Upload” from the top menu bar, then select "COVID 19 Results and Clearance" in the Document Type drop-down menu. The dashboard does not reflect positive cases at regional campuses that are not reported through this system.

Waterbury Off-Campus Positive Cases

Reported Positives since 1/18*

0

Note: All commuter students taking in-person classes are required to be tested before returning to campus.

*The positive cases at regional campuses that appear on the dashboard are those that have been reported to the university through the SHaW Patient Portal. Regional campus students who test positive are encouraged to report their positive test to the university through this system. Once logged into the portal, select “Document Upload” from the top menu bar, then select "COVID 19 Results and Clearance" in the Document Type drop-down menu. The dashboard does not reflect positive cases at regional campuses that are not reported through this system.

Faculty and Staff Cases

Faculty/Staff on Campus

3,297

Number of On-Campus Faculty/Staff Positives

119

Faculty/Staff On-Campus Positivity Rate

3.61%

Faculty/Staff Tests Resulted

10,388

Cumulative Faculty/Staff Positive Cases

145

Note: This data includes all faculty and staff tested by UConn Health or a University-sponsored vendor as part of UConn’s official re-opening beginning July 2020 with the Athletics pilot re-entry programs, and includes some UConn Affiliates. Results may reflect multiple tests per employee and only reflect tests that have been reported to the University. The on-campus positivity rate is based on cumulative cases since the commencement of Fall Semester baseline testing in August and does not reflect only current positive cases.