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Drexel COVID-19 Dashboard

UPDATE JULY 11, 2022: The University will no longer update its COVID-19 Dashboard. The dashboard is no longer an effective measure of COVID-19 testing on campus with the transition for many to home testing, no current mandatory testing, and a variable on-campus population during the summer. The University will continue to collect and monitor COVID-19 data and will share as needed.

The University is sharing results of COVID-19 testing among members of the Drexel community (students, faculty, and staff) in this report. Test results represent nasal PCR testing done at Drexel campus sites located in University City (Race Learning terrace), Queen Lane and the New College Building in Center City. All results are run at the campus certified laboratory located in Center City. As noted above the data entry to the dashboard was suspended effective July 11, 2022. Historically, the following populations were included in weekly testing results:

  • All students, faculty and professional staff who are deemed contacts of known infected persons are instructed to test at least on day 5 post contact.
  • All students, faculty and professional staff with any symptoms of COVID-19 infection.
  • Any member of the Drexel community who desires a COVID-19 test for any reason.
  • Drexel may change testing protocols at any time based on regional and campus disease trends, and the latest public health and medical science.

Key Definitions

Total tests, cases, and positivity include all tests done through Student Health Services or Drexel screening testing sites in the past week.

Screening tests, cases, and positivity currently include all tests done among unvaccinated, asymptomatic Drexel students who require weekly COVID-19 screening as a requirement for academics, athletics, housing, or employment (including co-op) as well as asymptomatic students and employees who electively chose to be tested for their well-being in the past week.

Symptomatic tests, cases, and positivity include all tests done among students experiencing symptoms of COVID-19 in the past week regardless of vaccination status, and those unvaccinated and known to have been exposed to an infected individual as defined by the CDC.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of COVID-19, please contact Student Health at 215-220-4700 to set up an appointment to be tested. When in doubt, test!




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