COVID-19: Coronavirus Information

Tuesday, Mar 10, 2020

Last updated: March 23, 2021

Princeton has launched a revised COVID-19 dashboard that provides a total of new cases reported by University Health Services each day from tests administered in preceding days.

The dashboard also features a campus risk status indicator, with categories of Low (green, Moderate (yellow), High (orange) and Very High (red). The status is based on an analysis of campus and neighboring community indicators, including number of cases, positivity and transmission rates, clusters, testing and care capacity, and so forth.

The dashboard continues to provide weekly summaries, posted on Monday afternoons, of results from asymptomatic and symptomatic testing of undergraduates, graduate students, faculty and staff; and of isolation and quarantine statistics for undergraduate and graduate students.

The updated dashboard, which includes the data from the original dashboard, launched with daily test results from the first week of the Spring 2021 semester.

This website is a resource for the entire University community, gathering public health information on COVID-19 into a single source, updated as circumstances and policies change. Use it in good health and follow the Princeton Playbook!

COVID Dashboard

The University's COVID-19 dashboard provides a campus risk status and updates of positive cases reported by University Health Services each day from tests administered in preceding days, plus weekly totals of results from asymptomatic and symptomatic testing as well as isolation and quarantine reports. Daily results are typically posted before noon; weekly reports are updated on Mondays.

If you have any questions, please email refdesk@princeton.edu.

Read the full announcement on the PUL website.

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