ESU will update this dashboard with the reported number of individuals in the campus community who have tested positive for COVID-19.
New Confirmed Cases, as of March 5, 2021
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 Total Cases since January 18th, 2021.
 Cases reported on this dashboard reflect only confirmed test results.
Current Snapshot of Students on Campus
 Isolation refers to a student who has tested positive for COVID infection (with symptoms) who is not to have physical contact with others unless there is need for medical attention. If an individual tests positive and does not develop symptoms, isolation can end in ten days.
Quarantine is for those who are potentially infected from close contact with someone who has tested positive for COVID. While these individuals may or not be infected, they should quarantine. If a quarantined individual is tested at least 5 days after exposure and the test is negative, quarantine can end in 7 days. If the individual tests positive or has COVID symptoms during quarantine, the quarantine may turn into isolation.
 Those cases originally reported positive (in isolation) that are now reported as recovered and out of isolation.
County and State Positivity Rate, February 19 - February 25
The Pennsylvania Department of Health provided this data on its COVID-19 Early Warning Monitoring System Dashboard.
- Campus Address
- 161 Smith Street, Suite 100
- (570) 422-3235
- Title of Department Leader
- Nathan Black
- Manager, Environmental, Health and Safety