The TCU COVID-19 Dashboard provides our community with a comprehensive view of our COVID-19 response and ability to support a healthy campus. The dashboard includes new positive cases reported, total cases for a better understanding of trends, current active cases and links to archived data. Also included at the top of the dashboard is the total number of current TCU students, faculty and staff who have confirmed their vaccination with TCU.
The dashboard is provided by the Office of Emergency Management and Office of Institutional Research.
- The COVID-19 cases data is updated on weekdays by 9 a.m.*
- The vaccine count is updated weekly on Fridays, by 9 a.m.
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Jan. 6, 2022 - Notes on COVID dashboard data:
- Isolation period reduced, resulting in cases recovering faster: On Jan. 6, 2022, Tarrant County Public Health modified its quarantine/isolation guidelines to match the updated CDC guidance released Jan. 4, 2022. These changes are now in effect for the TCU community as well, and updates will be made to this website in the coming days. The new guidelines for ending isolation mean that for some, the isolation period is reduced to 5 days, resulting in many of TCU’s “Total Active Cases” to move to “Total Recovered Cases” in a shorter period of time than previously.
- Total vaccination count removes students who graduated in December 2021: Beginning Jan. 7, 2022, the total reported vaccinations for TCU students, faculty and staff will not include students who graduated in December 2021, resulting in a decrease in total vaccinations. The vaccination count will include students enrolled in Spring 2022 only.
ISOLATION – refers to the separation of an individual who is positive for COVID-19 from others who are not sick.
QUARANTINE – refers to the separation of an individual who is known to be exposed to COVID-19 from others who are not known to be exposed.
Positive cases will be removed from the “active list” once they have met CDC criteria.