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Tracking COVID-19 at Notre Dame

| Saturday, August 15, 2020

The Observer will update this page weekly with new numbers from the University’s COVID-19 dashboard. These numbers are based only on tests conducted by University Health Services and the Wellness Center.

This post was updated Jan. 24 at 12:24 p.m.

Maggie Klaers | The Observer

The University has administered 4,056 total tests since Jan. 2. Out of the total tests, 1,248 have been symptomatic tests and 2,808 have been asymptomatic tests. The estimated active number of cases is 221, and the estimated number of recovered cases is 510 as of Monday, Jan. 24.

Out of the 731 confirmed cases, 354 undergraduate students, 132 graduate students and 246 staff and faculty members have tested positive.

In the fall of 2021, the University recorded a total of 434 positive COVID-19 cases.

This semester, Notre Dame will require weekly surveillance testing for all unvaccinated undergraduate and professional students.

All data on the dashboard is subject to change. PCR tests, which take one to two days to result, may lead to an increase in the number of cases on a specific day a few days later.

Find our latest COVID-19 coverage here.
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