University COVID-19 Dashboard

The University COVID-19 Dashboard is updated on a weekly basis to provide our community with campus-based testing information and related data.  The Dashboard provides cumulative data, including move-in testing and on-going testing.  It is updated by the COVID-19 Coordinator with support from the Division of Student Affairs and the Division of Finance and Administration, specifically Institutional Research and Information Technology Services every Tuesday and includes data updates from Monday through Sunday of the prior week.  For questions about reporting, please email COVID19@radford.edu.

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TOTAL CAMPUS-BASED ADMINISTERED TESTS*

11.39%
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OVERALL POSITIVITY RATE

40
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NEW POSITIVE CASES FOR THIS PAST WEEK

*Tests administered in partnership with:

(1) PathGroup for move-in testing from August 1-14, 2020;

(2) The Radford University Student Health Center for symptomatic student and close contact testing beginning on August 12, 2020 and continuing throughout the Fall 2020 semester;

(3) The Virginia Department of Health’s New River Health District for surveillance testing of main campus students, faculty, and staff on August 28, 2020 and September 11, 2020; and

(4) Carilion Clinic and the Radford University Student Health Center for mandatory testing of students in clinicals on September 10, 2020.

Data as of September 13, 2020
Posted on September 15, 2020

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Provides daily information for Student Health Center testing only. The Student Health Center is providing on-going testing for symptomatic students and close contacts. Tests are categorized based on the date the test was administered. Positive results are categorized based on the date the result was received. Results are normally received within 24 to 48 hours of the actual testing. Local public health officials have advised that COVID-19 has plateaued on our campus and is on the decline. That decline has been evident in the past two weeks.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Provides daily information for Student Health Center testing only. The Student Health Center is providing on-going testing for symptomatic students and close contacts. Tests are categorized based on the date the test was administered. Positive results are categorized based on the date the result was received. Results are normally received within 24 to 48 hours of the actual testing. Local public health officials have advised that COVID-19 has plateaued on our campus and is on the decline. That decline has been evident in the past two weeks.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Provides information on main campus site/mandatory testing for select students participating in clinicals through Carilion Clinic. Last Thursday, September 10, 2020, Radford University, in partnership with Carilion Clinic and the Radford University Student Health Center, hosted testing on the main campus for students, participating in clinicals. As part of this mandatory testing,129 students were tested with six positive results, representing a positivity rate of 4.65%.

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IMPORTANT NOTE: Provides information on main campus site/surveillance testing only. Last Friday, September 11, 2020, Radford University, in partnership with the New River Health District, hosted two testing sites on the main campus for students, as well as faculty and staff. As part of this surveillance testing, 275 individuals were tested with zero positive cases identified, resulting in a positivity rate of zero percent. Of those tested, 165 were employees, specifically faculty and staff members. and 110 were students. PRIOR CONTEXT: On August 28, 2020, Radford University, in partnership with the New River Health District, hosted two surveillance testing sites on the main campus for students, as well as faculty and staff. As part of that surveillance testing, 492 individuals were tested with a total of 24 positive cases identified, resulting in a positivity rate of 4.88%. Of those confirmed positive cases, there were 23 students, one staff member, and no faculty members.