COVID-19 Monitoring Dashboard

 

*Since July 1, 2020, when campus reopened on a limited basis. Prior to July 1, 2020, there were four cases involving individuals who were on campus. Cases and outcomes are self-reported.

Case detail

Week of Date Last on Campus Report Received Location Outcome
Sept. 20-26 9/21/2020 Confirmed Building H Individual tested positive
Sept. 13-19 9/16/2020 Confirmed Building H Individual tested positive
Sept. 13-19 9/16/2020 Confirmed Building L Individual tested positive
Aug. 30-Sept. 5 9/3/2020 Confirmed Building H Individual tested positive
Aug. 30-Sept. 5 9/2/2020 Confirmed Building Z Individual A tested positive
Aug. 30-Sept. 5 9/2/2020 Confirmed Building Z Individual B tested positive
Aug. 23-29 8/27/2020 Confirmed Building X Individual tested positive
Aug. 23-29 8/26/2020 Confirmed Building X Individual tested positive
Aug. 9-15 8/14/2020 Suspected Buildings A, D, I, X and Y Individual tested negative
Aug. 2-8 8/6/2020 Suspected Building B and LCC Individual tested negative
July 19-25 7/22/2020 Suspected Building H Individual tested negative
July 12-18 7/16/2020 Confirmed Building S Individual tested positive

Cases by week

For a weekly breakdown of confirmed cases, see Tally of On-Campus COVID-19 Confirmed Cases >

What should I do if I suspect I may have COVID-19 or have tested positive?

Stay home and contact your healthcare provider. As soon as you are able, please notify the college.

Students

Inform your instructor(s) that you have a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19. With your permission, Vicki Atkinson, dean of student development, will be in touch to provide academic and non-academic support.

Employees

Inform your supervisor that you have a suspected or confirmed case of COVID-19. Your supervisor and Human Resources will work with you to determine next steps.

For more information on Harper College’s response to a suspected or confirmed COVID-19 case (including contact tracing, cleaning and notifications), see these procedures for students and employees.

External Resources:

Cook County Department of Public Health: Case data

Illinois Department of Public Health: Region 10 dashboard and county level risk metrics

Johns Hopkins University & Medicine Coronavirus Resource Center: U.S. and global cases

Questions or concerns?

If you have concerns about your health or symptoms you’re experiencing, please contact your healthcare provider.

Have questions about COVID-19? Contact the Illinois Department of Public Health hotline.

Phone: 800.889.3931

Email: dph.sick@illinois.gov

If you have questions or concerns specific to health and safety at Harper College, please submit them.

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