U-M COVID-19 Data

September 24, 2020 Update: University officials have seen a significant increase in positive cases this week with the majority of the increase the result of students being tested at off-campus facilities. The university is working closely with the Washtenaw County Health Department, which will start temporarily managing the off-campus cases and providing contact tracing. U-M launched its enhanced COVID-19 dashboard today to reflect new datasets, including outside testing from the county. This additional data caused a jump in cases. The majority of the cases are stemming from clusters involving students living in off-campus, congregate residences. Data for the residence halls also was updated today. These numbers reflect the cumulative number of positive COVID cases as of Sept. 19, with each new week starting on Sunday. Information for the residence halls will continue to be updated weekly. There are no new clusters within the residence halls. All known positive cases and close contacts have been moved into quarantine and isolation. Students are encouraged to be tested through the Community Sampling Tracking Program. Students with symptoms are directed to contact University Health Service.

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COVID-19 Dashboard: Data may fluctuate and is for the Ann Arbor campus only. Data is refreshed daily as it becomes available from the state, county, and other verifiable data sources. Additional information about the data can be found on here.

SARS-CoV-2 is a mandatory reportable illness in the state of Michigan. Cases reported here are verified and cross-checked with the Michigan Disease Surveillance System.