U-M COVID-19 Data

June 28, 2022 Update:

With the continued downward trend in COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations, Washtenaw County is now at a “low” COVID-19 community level. Actions the community can take to prevent the spread of COVID-19 and other respiratory viruses include: getting vaccinated/boosted against COVID-19; getting tested if symptoms develop or following close contact exposures; and staying home if sick. Currently, no campus response metrics are being met.

Weekly COVID-19 dashboard narratives are posted as needed. View previous narratives.

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Community Sampling and Tracking Program Weekl Positivity (Percent of tests with a positive result.)

Total Community Sampling and Tracking Program Postivity (percent of tests with a positive results) by week. The most recent two weeks are considered 'preliminary data' and may still change as new data arrives.

After fluctuating between 0.3% and 1.6% for the Fall 21 term, the last few weeks positivity has increased to 5.9%

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Community Sampling and Tracking Program Weekl Testing

Total Community Sampling and Tracking Program Testing by week. The most recent two weeks are considered 'preliminary data' and may still change as new data arrives.

Testing remains steady at approximately 6,000 tests per week. Weeks around Thanksgiving and the holiday break see reduced testing numbers, as expected with students out of town.

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Weekly Cases

Total cases by week. The most recent two weeks are considered 'preliminary data' and may still change as new data arrives.

Cases remained relatively low all Fall 21 term, but have increased the last few weeks to more than 500 cases/week.

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Weekly Tests

Total tests by week. The most recent two weeks are considered 'preliminary data' and may still change as new data arrives.

Testing remains steady at approximately 6,000 tests per week. Weeks around Thanksgiving and the holiday break see reduced testing numbers, as expected with students out of town.

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Percent occupancy of U-M Isolation and Quarantine Housing, by week.

Occupancy of Quarantine & Isolation Housing. Note: On May 4, 2021, U-M's quarantine and isolation housing capacity decreased from 600 to 456 as designated rooms were released back to the general housing pool for the spring and summer semesters.

Positivity has fluctuated all term, and is now slowing rising to 5%.

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Daily Cases

Total cases by day. The most recent two weeks are considered 'preliminary data' and may chcange as new data arrives. There can be a 24 to 72 hour delay in obtaining test results. Results over the previous three days is limited

After remaining steady over the latter course of the Fall 21 term, cases started increasing in late December. At the start of the Winter Term cases increased significantly.

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Percent of Students or Employees in each Vaccine Statues

Students and Faculty self-report their vaccination status to the University. The statuses determine if an individual is in compliance with the Vaccine Mandate and up-to-date with the vaccinations.

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