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About the dashboard
To maintain a healthy Anteater environment and help control the spread of coronavirus within the community, UCI established active testing and contact tracing programs for students, faculty and staff on campus.
Asymptomatic testing of on-campus students and staff occurs weekly, while those with symptoms are tested immediately. Our team of contact tracers work closely with those who test positive, proactively reaching out to those who may have been exposed to the virus and arranging for possible quarantine. More information on testing and scheduling is available here; more on UCI’s contact tracing strategy is available here.
The dashboard below represents the COVID-19 case counts of UCI community members who work, study or reside on our academic campus in Irvine. Employees of the UCI Health clinical operations are not included. The recovery counts represent positive cases that have been cleared by a physician.
In accordance with health privacy laws, we cannot disclose the identity or personal information of those affected. We are in coordination with the Orange County Health Care Agency and connecting with those who may have been exposed through contact. Numbers fluctuate day-by-day due to changes in patient condition(s). Data are gathered daily at one point in time and reflect the date that case submissions are reported.
For anyone who has been potentially exposed as a close contact (a close contact is someone you were within 6 feet of for at least 15 minutes within a 24 hour period), they will be contacted directly by UCI’s UCI Contact Tracing & Vaccine Navigation Services and provided appropriate instructions.
The following location was identified yesterday as a place where an individual was during the infectious period.
Dates on site while infectious
7/17/21 - 7/21/21
Last updated 7/22/2021 8:31 AM
Exposición potencial en el trabajo
La Ley 685 de la Asamblea requiere que los empleadores notifiquen a todos los empleados que se encontraban en un lugar de trabajo de todas las posibles exposiciones a COVID-19 y notifiquen a la agencia de salud pública local sobre los brotes.
Para cualquier persona que haya estado potencialmente expuesta como un contacto cercano (un contacto cercano es alguien que estuvo a 6 pies de distancia durante al menos 15 minutos dentro de un período de 24 horas), serán contactados directamente por los Servicios de Navegación de Vacunas y Localización de Contactos de UCI y proporcionado con las instrucciones adecuadas.
El siguiente lugar fue identificado como un sitio donde se encontraba una persona durante el período infeccioso.