New cases have declined from last week’s outbreak of 41 positive cases.
The University saw a slight rise in COVID-19 cases from last week’s 14 total cases. Of the 16 cases reported this week, 11 are student cases.
In response to another week of low campus case counts, a University spokesperson wrote that the communities has been "diligent in working to protect one another and minimize the prevalence and spread of COVID-19."
The University registered 10 new COVID-19 cases in total, a slight uptick from the two student and three faculty, staff and post-doctoral scholar cases reported last week.
The student case count is a decline from last week's 13 student positives and is the lowest the University has recorded in 15 weeks.
This week’s COVID-19 case count is an increase from the eight student cases and seven employee cases reported in last week’s dashboard update.
The student case count is a marked decline from the 26 new student cases the week prior and a positive indicator that the University's measures to decrease the spread of the virus are working.
The Undergraduate Senate discussed possible updates to the University’s Honor Code, which hasn’t been updated in 24 years, with C-10 representative Cat Sanchez.
This week’s COVID-19 dashboard update saw 19 new students and 11 new faculty, staff and postdoctoral scholars test positive.