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Olivet College CARES: RETURN TO CAMPUS DATA

 

COVID-19 is the disease caused by a new coronavirus which can cause serious illness and death. There are currently outbreaks of COVID-19 in many communities worldwide, including in the United States, Michigan, and Barry-Eaton Counties.

 

Case Data

Note: This is aggregate data representative of the campus community to include only employees and students. As of 8/21/2020 we will be updating information every Wednesday and Friday

Updated as of

Positive Cases*

Recovered Cases**

Active Cases^

Under Monitoring^^

Released from Monitoring ^^^

11/20/2020 106 81 25 126 6

 

 

 

 

*Positive cases includes individuals who have received a positive test result and Olivet College has been notified by the individual or the health department of the positive case.

** Recovered cases, the Barry Eaton County Health Department definition of recovered cases = persons with COVID-19 who are alive, and who have been released from isolation because their symptoms have improved, are fever-free, and sufficient time has passed since symptoms began. (source: Barry-Eaton County Health Dept.)  

^ Active cases are those individuals who are currently under the care of a medical provider and their local health department for COVID-19. These individuals will not return to campus until they are released from isolation from their local health department.

^^Under monitoring individuals are those who have reported symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19 or who have been notified of being in close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case. These individuals will not be present on campus unless cleared through their medical provider if they are being monitored for symptoms. Those under monitoring after close contact with a confirmed COVID-19 case will not return to campus until they are released from quarantine from their local health department.

^^^Individuals released from monitoring have been cleared by their local health department or their medical provider and have returned to campus.

Questions or concerns regarding the case data can be directed to:

Ryan Shockey

Chief Pandemic Response Officer

Barry-Eaton District Data

State of Michigan data