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Indiana University COVID-19 Testing Dashboard

Weekly briefing

 

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Top-level metrics

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Everyone

positive test results

individuals who should be in quarantine due to being a close contact or in isolation due to a positive test

Students

positive test results among students

students who should be in quarantine due to being a close contact or in isolation due to a positive test

Faculty & staff

positive test results among faculty and staff

faculty and staff who should be in quarantine due to being a close contact or in isolation due to a positive test

On-campus quarantine & isolation housing usage

this week: %

prior week: %

Top-level metrics (since July 2020)

All time

Everyone

total number of positive test results (includes IU testing and self-reported data)

Students

total number of cases among students (includes IU testing and self-reported data)

Faculty & staff

total number of cases among faculty and staff (includes IU testing and self-reported data)

No single number or metric is robust enough to adequately describe the trajectory of the pandemic.

This dashboard shares results from the COVID-19 testing IU has implemented to help keep our students, faculty, and staff safe by monitoring the spread of the virus on our campuses. It will be updated every Wednesday.


Data from previous weeks has been updated to reflect our latest testing results, which are displayed by the date the test was performed and included as results are received.

 

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Mitigation testing

 

hours : average turnaround time for mitigation test results


Mitigation testing began August 24, 2020 and is ongoing.

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% positivity rate

prior week: %

all time: %

test results

prior week:

all time:

positive tests

prior week:

all time:

Weekly trends

This chart shows the number of mitigation tests administered among students, faculty, and staff each week and the percentage of test results that were positive, along with a 7-day moving average.

Note: IU did not conduct mitigation testing the weeks of Nov. 15, Nov. 22, Dec. 20, and Dec. 27.

 

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Symptomatic testing

 

hours : average turnaround time for symptomatic test results

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% positivity rate

prior week: %

all time: %

test results

prior week:

all time:

positive tests

prior week:

all time:

Weekly trends

This chart shows the number of diagnostic tests ordered (for symptomatic cases) each week and the percentage of test results that were positive, in a 7-day moving average.

 

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Voluntary testing

 

hours : average turnaround time for voluntary test results

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% positivity rate

prior week: %

all time: %

test results

prior week:

all time:

positive tests

prior week:

all time:

Weekly trends

This chart shows the number of voluntary asymptomatic tests administered among students, faculty, and staff each week and the percentage of test results that were positive, along with a 7-day moving average.

 

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State of Indiana 7-day positivity rate

 

: This rate includes both symptomatic and asymptomatic tests for unique individuals. View more details on the state of Indiana’s dashboard.

Other known cases

 

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reported cases

prior week:

all time:

Weekly trends

This chart shows the number of positive test results self-reported to IU each week by students, faculty, and staff. These are tests conducted outside of IU or IU Health testing mechanisms.

 

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Dr. Cole Beeler explains IU COVID‑19 testing

Testing is an essential piece of IU's COVID-19 prevention, mitigation, and response plans, but it is just one piece. Watch this video to see Dr. Cole Beeler, one of the medical experts leading IU's response to the pandemic, explain more about what we're doing.

Watch Dr. Cole Beeler's video

Meet our team of experts

IU's Medical Response Team was established to inform the university’s efforts to keep our campuses safe during the COVID-19 pandemic. Led by top doctors at the IU School of Medicine, the team meets daily to continually assess how the virus is spreading, the effectiveness of our efforts at controlling it, and allocation of resources. They use their medical expertise and a variety of ongoing metrics to shape decisions regarding campus operations in a way that prioritizes health and safety.

  • Dr. Cole Beeler
    • Director of Symptomatic Testing
    • Assistant professor of infectious diseases, IU School of Medicine
    • Medical director of infection prevention, IU Health University Hospital
  • Dr. Aaron Carroll
    • Director of Mitigation Testing
    • Associate dean for research mentoring, professor of pediatrics, and vice chair for health outcomes research faculty development, IU School of Medicine
  • Dr. Lana Dbeibo
    • Director of Vaccine Initiatives
    • Assistant professor of infectious diseases, IU School of Medicine
    • Medical director of infection prevention, IU Health Methodist Hospital
  • Dr. Adrian Gardner
    • Director of Contact Tracing
    • Associate dean for global health, IU School of Medicine
    • Director, IU Center for Global Health