Please see the weekly report below.
Consultation and support of any students and employees with potential COVID-19 symptoms or exposures continues.
Data Date Range: September 10-16, 2021
Report Date: Sept. 17, 2021
|NEW ACTIVE COVID-19 CASES ISOLATING ON CAMPUS||NEW ACTIVE COVID-19 CASES ISOLATING OFF CAMPUS||TOTAL NEW CASES|
|Other (e.g., Contractor)||0||0||0|
1Student, employee, or other is currently living/learning/working on campus.
2Student, employee, or other is currently living/learning/working off campus.
*Per health and safety guidelines, and in consultation with the Scott County Health Department (SCHD), all individuals testing positive are in isolation. Isolation is used to separate people infected with the virus (those who are symptomatic and those with no symptoms) from people who are not infected.
*The St. Ambrose Case Managers conduct contact tracing and make further recommendations for testing or quarantine of others according to their exposure. Quarantine is used to keep someone who might have been exposed to COVID-19 away from others.
*Faculty, staff, and students total approximately 3,600 at St. Ambrose University in Fall 2021.
|Employees||Students||Scott County1||State of Iowa1|
|Reported Percent Vaccinated||78%||53.8%||60.4%||53%|
1County and State Data Source: Public Health Ad Hoc Advisory SitRep
This is the weekly report as prepared by faculty in the Master of Public Health program.
Wash Your Hands
Keep washing those hands! The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommend frequent hand-washing to prevent the spread of viruses and bacteria.