This page includes weekly updates of COVID-19 data for Case Western Reserve and Cuyahoga County.
The first two statistics—Case Western Reserve's tests and positivity rate—incorporate only surveillance tests and results.
Surveillance testing generally aims to identify cases within the broader, asymptomatic population. In short, it provides information regarding the prevalence of COVID-19 in those instances where it is not otherwise evident—i.e., by virtue of people with symptoms or known exposures.
For purposes of transparency, case numbers for students and faculty/staff include data from symptomatic and surveillance testing.
These numbers are updated on Tuesdays.
Below the tables are three graphs that will indicate weekly trends over time; to view the specific numbers associated with each weekly time point, hover your cursor over the line at that time point.
For the latest messages from the university, visit our campus communications page.
Case Western Reserve University Data
|Surveillance Tests Results for Week Ending Sept. 20|
|Positive Cases for Week Ending Sept. 20*|
|+/- Cases from Previous Week||+10|
|Students in Isolation/Quarantine+ Week Ending Sept. 20|
|Vaccinated or In Progress||97.3%||97.9%||93.5%||98.1%|
Cuyahoga County Data
For more information about county-level data, please visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's COVID-19 Data Tracker.
Surveillance Tests Administered
Surveillance Testing: Percentage of Positive Results
New Positive Cases By Week
* These figures are for positive results from both symptomatic and surveillance testing.
** The percentage of all faculty, staff and students who have complied with the university's vaccine verification policy.
*** Includes people newly arrived to campus who have a 14-day "grace period" to begin to become vaccinated or start the exception process, as well as those who have declined to comply or not responded to university outreach.
**** The rate for the seven-day period ending Sept. 20, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's COVID-19 Data Tracker.
+ Isolation=individuals who are positive or presumed positive (based on symptoms)
Quarantine=Individuals who have been in close contact with someone in isolation