U-M COVID-19 Data

October 23, 2020 Update:

University officials will be watching campus data for the impact of the Washtenaw County order for undergraduates over the next two weeks. If you have questions about what activities are allowable under the order, please see the FAQs on the Campus Maize & Blueprint and the Washtenaw County Health Department websites. Mandatory nasal swab testing has been provided on-site to two residence halls with increases in cases over the past week. Saliva testing through the Community Sampling and Tracking Program was made universally available to all residence hall students as of Oct. 19. We ask that students register for the program the day before their test. We also are providing saliva testing to all students who choose to depart Ann Arbor to return to their permanent residence. This is mandatory for undergraduates living in residence halls; recommended for students living off campus. For more details on how to access testing and travel safely, check out the recommendations here. Additionally, as part of a continued effort to enhance data tracking related to COVID-19 within the U-M community, the university has updated to a new data system. The update allows university officials to clarify and de-duplicate a limited number of positive cases and this change has adjusted the residence hall numbers for Munger below.

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.