The information below represents UNC Greensboro students, faculty, staff, and subcontractors who meet the following conditions:
- were diagnosed with a confirmed case of COVID-19 through testing
- were present on campus within the two weeks prior to testing positive, and
- could have presented a risk of exposure to other members of the University community.
All persons determined to have exposure risk related to a confirmed case are formally contacted individually and provided information on the appropriate next steps.
Please note: The charts reflecting positive COVID-19 cases do not include individuals who may have confirmed cases but have not reported to campus in the past 14 days or individuals who are self-quarantining without a confirmed diagnosis. Not all cases are active. Individuals who are sick are advised to remain in isolation, receive proper medical care, and directed on appropriate next steps.
This information is based on cases reported to the University and verified by Student Health Services and UNCG Human Resources.
During the summer the data is updated each Monday to reflect the number of cases in the previous week. UNCG may add additional data and detail to this dashboard as the semester progresses.
The information below was updated on 7/26/21
Positive Cases Reported Last Week (July 19 -25)
Note: The data presented here are the positive cases that were reported within the past 7 days, and who were on campus within the prior 14-days.
Positive Cases Reported (Weekly since May 10)
This chart shows the number of cases per week. The chart may fluctuate throughout a given week as the reporting is updated daily Monday through Friday. Use this chart to look for trends, increases, or decreases in reported cases.
Note: Start of Spring 2021 1/19
Running Total Positive Case Counts
This is a Summer Session snapshot of the running total of all reported positive cases that had the potential to impact campus. Use this to look at overall volume of cases.
Since May 10, 2021
Since May 10, 2021
Since May 10, 2021
Since May 2, 2021
Running Total Case Count
This is the same data as in the Total Positive Case Count boxes above. However, this is broken down by week of reporting and/or confirmation of a positive case. Use this chart to see any large changes in positive cases from week to week. Note: Since these are total cases it will never trend down.
Data updated weekly.
Data updated weekly. Last day of Fall 2020 classes 11/24. Start of Spring 2021 1/19.
Availability of Community Protective Equipment
Community Protective Equipment includes face coverings, hand sanitizer, and enhanced sanitation.
- Green: More than 30 days supply on hand
- Yellow: 30 days supply on hand and replacement order expected within 30 days
- Red: 30 days supply not on hand and not ensured orders will be delivered in 30 days
Quarantine vs. Isolation
Quarantine keeps someone who was in close contact with a person who has tested positive COVID-19 away from others.
Isolation keeps someone who has symptoms and/or tested positive (with or without symptoms) away from others, even others in their home.
For more information on Quarantine vs. Isolation view this flyer.
We have 81 rooms appropriate for isolation or quarantine as needed on campus. Listed below you can see the present utilization.
What is a “cluster of cases”?
A “cluster” is defined by the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services as five or more cases that are deemed close in location. “Location” is defined as a single residential hall or dwelling.
Clusters also tend to involve a level of close contact between impacted individuals and traceable to a single index case.
To protect individuals’ private health information, UNCG will not identify students or employees diagnosed with COVID-19. Additionally, as required, the University follows confidentiality guidelines and directives set forth in the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) and Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA).
UNCG is working closely with local health department officials to ensure notifications are made quickly to those who may have come in contact with individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 so they can be directed as to their next steps. We are grateful for the health department’s partnership and expertise in this situation.
For information on COVID-19 Symptoms and self monitoring, view our symptom guide.
To self-report if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms, please complete the self-reporting form.
For more information on COVID-19 and UNCG, please visit the other sections of this website.