UCI Forward

UCI Forward is our commitment to the well-being of our community as we ramp up campus operations. Working together, each of us doing our part, we can move UCI Forward.


Dashboard

About the dashboard

UCI has been a community leader in its approach to public health and wellness during the pandemic. It developed leading-edge programs designed to maintain a healthy environment and help control the spread of coronavirus within the campus community.

UCI is abiding by the University of California’s vaccine policy, which requires all students, faculty and staff to receive a coronavirus vaccine or have an approved exception before coming to campus. The university developed rigorous contact tracing, vaccine navigation and testing programs to ensure that those carrying the virus receive proper care without spreading disease. Our team of contact tracers works closely with people who test positive, proactively reaching out to others 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.

UCI also developed innovative teaching and learning models so students who must quarantine or study remotely can have a high-quality, enriching experience. It also invested in improved heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) systems to filter the air entering its buildings.

The dashboard statistics below cover both on-campus and off-campus UCI community members beginning Sept. 5, 2021. Historical data is available on this page. Employees of UCI Health clinical operations are not included. The recovery counts represent positive cases that have been cleared by a physician. The information is provisional and is subject to change as updates occur.

View historical data
Historical data pre-Sept. 5, 2021

Report a campus COVID-19 case

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Footnotes

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.

Notification

Potential Workplace Exposure

Assembly Bill 685 requires employers to notify all employees who were at a worksite of all potential exposures to COVID-19 and notify the local public health agency of outbreaks.

View AB-685 online View AB-685 PDF

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 locations were identified yesterday as places where people were on campus during their infectious periods.

Building NameDates on site while infectious
120 Theory 6/22/2022
Anteater Recreation Center 6/17/2022, 6/22/2022
Beckman Laser Institute 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Camino Del Sol (ACC) 6/21/2022 - 6/23/2022
Crawford Clubhouse 6/22/2022
Crawford Field 6/22/2022
Engineering & Computing Trailer 6/22/2022, 6/23/2022
Engineering Hall 6/21/2022
Facilities Management Shops 6/22/2022
Gillespie Neuroscience Research Facility 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Hewitt Research Hall 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
McGaugh Hall 6/22/2022
Medical Sciences C 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Medical Sciences E 6/21/2022
Merage School of Business 6/22/2022
Social Science Laboratory 6/22/2022
Sprague Hall 6/22/2022
Student Center 6/22/2022
Sue & Bill Gross Hall: A CIRM Institute 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
University Hills 6/21/2022
Verano Place 6/16/2022 - 6/23/2022
Vista Del Campo (ACC) 6/18/2022 - 6/23/2022

Last updated 6/24/2022 8:13 a.m.

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.

Ver AB 685 en línea Ver AB-685 PDF

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.

EdificioFechas en el lugar estando infeccioso
120 Theory 6/22/2022
Anteater Recreation Center 6/17/2022, 6/22/2022
Beckman Laser Institute 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Camino Del Sol (ACC) 6/21/2022 - 6/23/2022
Crawford Clubhouse 6/22/2022
Crawford Field 6/22/2022
Engineering & Computing Trailer 6/22/2022, 6/23/2022
Engineering Hall 6/21/2022
Facilities Management Shops 6/22/2022
Gillespie Neuroscience Research Facility 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Hewitt Research Hall 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
McGaugh Hall 6/22/2022
Medical Sciences C 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
Medical Sciences E 6/21/2022
Merage School of Business 6/22/2022
Social Science Laboratory 6/22/2022
Sprague Hall 6/22/2022
Student Center 6/22/2022
Sue & Bill Gross Hall: A CIRM Institute 6/21/2022 - 6/22/2022
University Hills 6/21/2022
Verano Place 6/16/2022 - 6/23/2022
Vista Del Campo (ACC) 6/18/2022 - 6/23/2022

Última actualización 6/24/2022 8:13 a.m.

Standard Infection Control Practices in State Supported Spaces

Routine cleaning includes:

  • Cleaning frequently touched surfaces that are touched by many different people, light switches; handrails, elevator buttons and door handles
  • Dusting and wet mopping or auto scrubbing hard surface floors
  • Vacuuming entry ways and high traffic areas
  • Removing trash
  • Cleaning rest rooms
  • Cleaning spills

Face Coverings

If you need compliant face coverings or would like to receive N95 respirators, please visit this site for more information: https://ehs.uci.edu/public-health/covid-19/face-covering-distribution.php

Visit Environmental Health and Safety

EH&S’s decontamination strategy

Helpful resources and links

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response Center: Call to answer questions regarding COVID-19, processes, reporting steps, etc.
949-824-9918
Monday - Friday 7:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.
covid19@uci.edu

Employee Experience Center: Call to answer questions regarding your benefits, workers’ compensation, return to work processes, etc.
949-824-0500
Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
EEC website EEC@uci.edu

UCI Contact Tracing & Vaccine Navigation Services: Call to answer questions regarding quarantines, finding vaccine appointments.
949-824-2300
Monday - Friday 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.
contacttracing@uci.edu

Reporting a COVID-19 safety concern