| About | Safe Return to Campus | COVID-19 Testing Dashboard
Testing of students, faculty, and staff at Worcester State University will provide a key insight into the health and wellness of the campus community as we progress through the Fall semester. This dashboard will be updated each Monday and Thursday evening with the latest information from our testing partners.
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-Students: Total positiveresults receivedas of -
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-Total positiveresults received(Students + Employees)as of -
-Percentage ofpositive casesas of -
Test outcome data for the last 7 days of reported data*
-Tests administeredvs - in prior 7 daysas of -
-Students: Positiveresults receivedvs - in prior 7 daysas of -
-Employees: Positiveresults receivedvs - in prior 7 daysas of -
-Positiveresults receivedvs - in prior 7 days(Students + Employees)as of -
-Percentage ofpositive casesvs - in prior 7 daysas of -
-Individuals currentlyin Quarantineas of -
-Individuals currentlyin Isolationas of -
-New cases in Worcesterin prior 7 daysas of -
-New cases in Worcesterin prior 30 daysas of -
* The last 7 days may not represent consecutive days if testing and/or results were not provided for any given day, for example a Sunday.
Library: Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sundays 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Student Center: Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Saturday/Sunday noon to 8 p.m.
Wellness Center: the small study space in the Wellness Center will be accessible during regular Wellness Center hours.
The testing center will be open Tuesday December 29 from 6:30-11:30am and 1:30-3:30pm, and Wednesday December 30 from 6:30-11:30am.
The flu shot is required for any student under 30 years old. The deadline is Dec. 31, 2020. We will work with students to update their records knowing that the spread of the coronavirus in the community has prohibited the ability to obtain the flu shot in a timely manner. Students can apply for religious exemption to the flu vaccine requirement.
COVID-19 vaccine guidance will be forthcoming.
We do not intend to bump students out of housing, classes, etc. on Jan. 1, 2021. However, there will be an immunization hold placed on their account. The push back of the spring semester will afford us some time to work with students. The Dean of Students and Health Services will assist in this process.
Students can always submit their proof of immunization to Health Services at email@example.com or drop it into the small mailbox located outside of the door.
If employees are traveling out of state, upon return they must follow the quarantine protocol specified for the state they visited. They must test prior to their return to Massachusetts and provide proof of a negative PCR COVID test.
Employees leaving the state will need to notify Director of Human Resources Sue Moore of their travel.
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