UNCSA COVID-19 Dashboard
UNCSA COVID-19 Dashboard
Updated Sept. 22 with data from Sept. 21
UNCSA will closely monitor positive cases of COVID-19 of our students, faculty and staff and report them to our community. The dashboard below reports case counts of UNCSA students, faculty and staff whether they have been on campus in the past 14 days or not.
Case counts will be updated weekdays by 5 p.m.
Active cases are defined as those where a positive COVID-19 test result has been confirmed, and the person is currently in isolation either on-campus or off-campus. Faculty, staff and off-campus students will isolate in their own homes.
The following chart shows the total number of recovered cases beginning July 1, 2020.
The following chart shows the total number of cases (including active cases noted above) beginning July 1, 2020.
|Positivity rate (calculated based on test results received in a weekly period and posted on Friday)||0%|
|Total tests administered by UNCSA||28|
|Is UNCSA receiving test results within 48 hours?||Yes|
ASYMPTOMATIC SURVEILLANCE TESTING
The UNCSA Surveillance Testing Program began on Sept. 12. This program is designed to monitor campus for COVID-19. Every two weeks a randomly-selected cohort of our community members will be tested.
|Total tests administered by StarMed Sept. 12||89|
|Positivity rate (calculated based on test results received for this testing date and posted as soon as they are available)||0%|
QUARANTINE AND ISOLATION
|Beds reserved for quarantine or isolation||18|
|Beds reserved for quarantine or isolation in use||3|
|Percentage of beds in use||17%|
UNCSA may add additional data and detail to this dashboard as the semester progresses.
All persons determined to have a risk of exposure will be formally contacted individually through our contact tracing process and will be provided additional instruction regarding testing, isolating and quarantining.
To protect individuals’ private health information, UNCSA will not identify or offer personally identifying information about employees or students diagnosed with COVID-19, except as required by law. The university follows confidentiality guidelines and directives outlined in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
Please remember, if you have a temperature equal to or more than 100 degrees Fahrenheit, or any of the symptoms or exposures listed in the Daily Self-Screening Checklist, DO NOT report to work or class. Employees should notify their immediate supervisor and contact a medical provider; students should contact UNCSA Student Health Services at 336-770-3288 for a telemed appointment with a medical provider.