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Below is a breakdown of Slippery Rock University’s positive COVID-19 tests, by constituency, for the spring 2022 semester. Numbers are indicative of persons that have been on the SRU campus within 14 days prior to obtaining a positive test result. Those that have tested positive are either isolating in a designated location on campus or at their off-campus residence with medical guidance being provided by Student Health Services and/or their personal health care professional until they recover.
|Cases||New confirmed cases, Jan. 11-17||Cumulative since Jan. 1|
|Faculty and Staff||8||24|
|Monitoring||In Quarantine*||In Isolation**|
|Faculty and Staff||2||2|
|Asymptomatic Testing||Total Tests||Total Positives|
*-Quarantine: A form of self-isolation after close contact with someone that has COVID or someone who is ill and waiting for COVID test results.
**-Isolation: A form of self-isolation for people with COVID or who is ill and waiting for COVID test results.
Anyone who has come into close contact with the infected persons have been or will be notified and advised on the appropriate health and safety protocols.
Persons within that category are instructed not to return to campus until they have finished their isolation period. To protect the privacy of all individuals involved, SRU will release no details regarding the identity of any persons.
An initial COVID case investigation will begin to determine campus exposure. SRU will assist the Pennsylvania Department of Health with contact tracing on campus. Notifications will be made to University members of possible exposures if the person testing positive was on campus while infectious. All contacts deemed at risk of exposure will be required to self-quarantine.
SRU's COVID Response Team meets regularly to review all virus-related information and statistics with more detailed information to be shared on this webpage should it become necessary.
More information about COVID-19 is available on the CDC website.
Revised: 9:43 a.m., Jan. 18, 2022