Emergency Preparedness: COVID-19

Bring Huskies Home - Wash Your Hands | Wear a Mask | Social Distance

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St. Cloud State University is continuously monitoring conditions to determine what additional mitigation actions the campus community should take to keep themselves and others safer. These conditions contribute to the current campus safety level.

 

The transition to Scenario 2 is based on the following criteria:

  • Infection rates have stabilized over the last 14 days in both Stearns and Benton counties. The rates are at levels experienced over the summer when we were last at Yellow.
  • Cases among students coming to or residing on campus are remaining lower than we have experienced since the start of the academic year.
  • We continue to have very few, if any, individuals in designated isolation.
  • Routine testing continues to be readily available both on campus and in the community.
  • County case rates remain at less than 30 cases per 10,000 as reported in Data for K-12 Schools: 14-day COVID-19 Case Rate by County

What does this mean for campus operations?

The Bring Huskies Home Team is working across offices and divisions to address the following:

  • Reinitiating events and activities that bring larger groups of students together
  • Reinforcing healthy Husky behavior expectations
  • Continued partial capacity in classrooms to allow for safe physical distancing
  • Focused communication and precautions for high-risk individuals

 

COVID-19 Dashboard: 4/7/2021-4/13/2021

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Positive Cases will be counted and reported based on the date the college or university is notified of a positive case, either by MDH/LPH officials or individual self-reporting or a positive test result by a student.
Definition Updated: 9/16/2020

Reported Cases - Student
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Positive Cases will be counted and reported based on the date the college or university is notified of a positive case, either by MDH/LPH officials or individual self-reporting or a positive test result by an employee. 
Definition Updated: 9/16/2020

Reported Cases - Employee
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All rooms in SCSU resident housing are single occupancy. Single occupancy rooms allow students to quarantine within their room if possible. Students in quarantine and staying in their contracted room are not represented in these statistics.

Number of Students in On-Campus Designated Quarantine & Isolation

The dashboard will be updated on Fridays, the weekly data update will include statistics from the previous Wednesday through Tuesday.

Data may be subject to change due to testing and reporting delays and verification.

 

Key Terms:

Close Contact is defined as being within six feet for at least 15 minutes or more.

For data collection beginning 9/16/2020:
Reported Cases will be counted and reported based on the date the college or university is notified of a positive case, either by MDH/LPH officials or individual self-reporting or a positive test result by a student or employee. 

For data collection between 9/9/2020 and 9/16/2020:
Reported Cases are defined as cases with a positive COVID-19 test result reported to the college or university -by public health officials, or -by the individual student or employee.

For data collected prior to 9/9/2020:
Positive Cases are defined as the number of employees or students during this reporting period with lab-confirmed positive tests for COVID-19, verified with Minnesota Department of Health and/or local public health officials by the institution, with campus exposure and close contact with others while on campus.

Quarantine & Isolation All rooms in SCSU resident housing are single occupancy. Single occupancy rooms allow students to quarantine within their room if possible. Students in quarantine and staying in their contracted room are not represented in these statistics.

Student Population Baseline: students who are or may routinely be on campus:

  1. Live on campus, or
  2. Have face-to-face coursework, programing, or other on campus activities,  or
  3. Have reasonable access to campus and may access campus facilities, seek on campus, face-to-face services or participate in on campus, face-to-face activities.  (Those residing within 60 minutes of campus)

Updated: 4/16/2021

 

COVID-19 Dashboard: Reported Cases Over Time

  Student   Employee

St. Cloud State University historical data reflecting positive cases of COVID-19.

* As of 9/16/2020 - Reported Cases will be counted and reported based on the date the college or university is notified of a positive case, either by MDH/LPH officials or individual self-reporting or a positive test result by a student or employee.

Updated: 4/16/2021

 

MinnState Dashboard

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system has additional COVID-19 related data available including course delivery ratios, employee work status ratios, and self-assessment metrics.

 

Minnesota Department of Health Resources

The Minnesota Department of Health releases several reports relevant to COVID-19. You are encouraged to reference to these reports as you monitor the coronavirus impacts on your community. Two reports often referred to when evaluating safety level indicators:

 

Learn more about our Color Indicators

 

 

This information is subject to change in response to the evolving conditions of COVID-19. Revised: 4/9/2021
(Previous Updates: 9/18/2020, 9/11/2020, 9/25/2020, 10/2/2020, 10/9/2020, 10/16/2020, 10/23/2020, 10/30/2020, 11/6/2020, 11/13/2020, 11/20/2020, 11/27/2020, 12/4/2020, 12/11/2020, 12/16/2020, 12/18/2020, 1/8/2021, 1/15/2021, 1/22/2021, 1/29/2021, 2/5/2021, 2/12/2021, 2/19/2021, 2/26/2021, 3/5/2021, 3/12/2021, 3/19/2021, 3/26/2021, 4/2/2021)

 

Preparing to return to campus

  • We Want to Know

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