Confirmed COVID-19 Cases
On-Campus

Since January 2020

This data is made available to inform our CUI community about the number of laboratory-confirmed positive cases that have been reported to the Wellness Center and Human Resources since January 2020. Data shown reflects self-reports from persons who were on campus at the time of infection. Persons who were identified as close contacts will be notified and given further instructions and support. To protect the privacy of the individuals affected, we are not in a position to provide additional information. It’s important to note that CUI will not send out emails each time a case or suspected case of COVID-19 is reported. Instead, the dashboard will be updated when each confirmed case is reported.

What happens when someone tests positive for COVID-19?
For information on isolation and quarantine procedures for our residential hall and new guidelines, policies, and resources that are in place throughout campus to mitigate the possible spread of illness, visit CUI Together.

On-Campus Students

Currently attending classes on campus and/or living in the residence halls at the time of infection.

On-Campus Employees

Regularly reported to work on campus at the time of infection. This also includes employees of contracted vendors.

On-Campus Guests

Family members of employees who reside in on-campus housing. Includes students and employees who visit the campus for certain events but do not come to campus regularly. Also includes guests who had physical or close contact with at least one person while on campus.

Cumulative

Total number of positive cases reported to CUI, beginning January 2020.

Active

Persons who test positive as reported by the health department, as reported by the Wellness Center, or as self-reported. They may be symptomatic or asymptomatic and are in isolation either on or off campus.

Recovered

Persons who were previously identified as “active” and have met the criteria for ending isolation.

Deceased

Persons who tested positive and have died.

On-Campus Cases

Includes both the main campus and the Park Place campus, both in Irvine.

#CampusClear

Keeping our Community Safe

How to Monitor your Symptoms

Download the self-screening app #CampusClear and answer questions daily. It takes less than 10 seconds to answer the self-screening questions. Students who report symptoms will be advised to stay home until contacted by the Wellness Center for assessment and guidance.

Athletes have a separate reporting tool that meets the NCAA guidance, called ARMS COVID-19. Student athletes who report symptoms will be contacted by an athletic trainer and referred to the Wellness Center, as needed. Contact your coach if you have questions regarding set-up and protocol.

How to Self-Report

Students who are online and employees who work remotely will still need to fill out the form, even if their cases are not reflected on the dashboard, so we may provide resources and assistance when needed.

Close Contact

What counts as close contact?

  • You were within 6 feet of someone who has COVID-19 for a total of 15 minutes or more.
  • You provided care at home to someone who is sick with COVID-19.
  • You had direct physical contact with the person (hugged or kissed them).
  • You shared eating or drinking utensils.
  • They sneezed, coughed, or somehow got respiratory droplets on you.

COVID-19 Resources

Local testing sites

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention

Other Dashboards & Case Counts

Orange County
California
United States
Global

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