| About | Safe 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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-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.
All students living in the residence halls who plan to leave campus for summer and those off campus who plan to return home, should first receive a negative result from a COVID-19 test administered in the testing center, within 72 hours of their planned departure. The hours for the WSU Testing Center can be found at https://www.worcester.edu/Safe-Return/ under the Testing and Contact Tracing tab.
The testing center hours will be reduced starting next week so you should check the CoVerified app for updated hours, or visit https://www.worcester.edu/Safe-Return/
CoVerified completed brief maintenance on both the web and mobile platforms. Some users are experiencing a website caching issue require them to “clear cache & cookies” or “clear browser history”. The permanent URL is now campus.coverified.us
For some users, the mobile app may require a full-close and re-open by swiping it up, then tapping the app again on the phone’s home screen to re-open. If this does not correct the issue, please try shutting the phone off and turn back on.
If you are still experiencing problems, contact Paul Vernucci, 508-929-8908, email@example.com.
Yes, please let us know when you are fully vaccinated. Students will be required to show proof of vaccination by the start of the fall semester. At this point, we request faculty and staff also be fully vaccinated to keep our campus as safe as possible. All nine state universities are working through their unions on the question of whether vaccinations will be required for employees.
Once you have received your second dose (Pfizer/Moderna) or single dose (Johnson & Johnson), you can upload a photo of your vaccination card through the CoVerified app. Go to Report > Upload Vaccine Record.
Students can also submit a copy of their card to Health Services. Employees can email a copy to firstname.lastname@example.org.
You should get your test 24 hours before you are going to be on campus. Check the Safe Return site or the CoVerified app for testing center hours because they have been altered for finals week.
You also may be able to receive a rapid test if the testing center hours are inconvenient. For more information, contact Paul Vernucci, 508-929-8908, email@example.com.
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