COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard
This dashboard was last updated 4/9/2021.
|Week||Employee Tests||Student Tests||Total Tests||Total New Positives||Positivity Rate|
|March 28-April 3||664||6,720||7,384||3||0.04%|
Total Positive and Recovered Cases
Total number of active positive cases in the IC community.
Total recovered from confirmed SARS-CoV-2 infection.
Rolling two-week on-campus cases between 3/26-4/9 that meet criteria under the NYS supplemental guidance (See details below.)
About New York State Supplemental Guidance Tracking
Per NYS supplemental guidance, colleges and universities testing at least 25% of the total on-campus population will be required to go on pause if their testing positivity rates exceeds 5.0% over a rolling 14-day period. It includes students and employees accessing campus and does not apply to those who are remote, even if they live in the area. Therefore, it may differ than what is reported as our total case count which includes all known positives regardless of whether they meet this definition.
Total number of confirmed active positive cases among all students.
Number of active positive cases among residential students.
Number of active positive cases among students who reside off campus.
Total number of recovered cases among all students.
Total number of confirmed active positive cases among employees.
Number of active positive cases among faculty.
Number of active positive cases among staff.
Total number of recovered cases among all employees.
Quarantine and Isolation
The number of rooms on campus reserved for isolation/quarantine use.
Number of rooms in use for public health-ordered isolation or quarantine.
Number of rooms in use to satisfy precautionary New York State Travel Advisory or approved Emergency Travel quarantine.
The number of unoccupied isolation/quarantine rooms.
Ithaca College is also reporting data to the New York State Higher Education COVID-19 Report. The state reporting requirements are specific to students and employees accessing campus and does not apply to those who are remote, even if they live in the area. We are choosing to provide more transparency on our internal COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard regarding testing and cases that we are aware of among our college community, regardless of whether they have a remote status for the spring semester. This will result in some differences between what we report to the state and what we share on our COVID-19 Tracking Dashboard here. In addition, due to differences in timing and changes that may occur during the data reconciliation processes, the numbers of tests reported may also differ slightly.
Tompkins County Cases
For additional information on all cases in Tompkins County, please visit the Tompkins County Health Department.