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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 Spring semester. This dashboard will be updated each Tuesday and Thursday evening with the latest information from our testing partners.
Test data has been refreshed in anticipation of the spring semester - with classes scheduled to commence on January 18, and on-boarding testing for the semester beginning on January 16.
Data updated: -
-Total tests administeredas of -
-Students: Total positiveresults receivedas of -
-Employees: Total positiveresults receivedas of -
-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 -
City of Worcester data is now reported on a monthly basis.
-New cases in Worcesterin the period ending:-
* 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.
We will continue to partner with the Broad Institute for PCR testing on campus. Due to high demand across the Commonwealth, Worcester State community members are advised to allow for 36 hours from receipt of test samples at Broad Laboratory in Cambridge for results. Students who have an in-person classes on Tuesday (January 18) should plan to test Saturday (January 15) or Sunday (January 16) by noon to get their results before the start of the spring semester. Testing Center hours have been added to allow for adequate testing of our campus community.
We will continue to monitor our testing plans over the next two weeks. The plan currently outlined on the Safe Campus site is subject to change as conditions evolve and we receive further guidance from federal and state health officials.
Yes, at the following locations:
Students who have tested positive during winter break through a health care provider or home test, please contact Student Health Services by email at email@example.com with the date of their positive result.
Employees should inform Human Resources concerning a recent COVID positive result.
As soon as possible, but at least 30 days after they are eligible. We are working on additional dates for future booster clinics on campus.
Please review a list of vaccine clinics for the City of Worcester.
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