Idaho State’s COVID-19 Dashboard
Idaho State’s dashboard tracks the weekly numbers of probable and confirmed COVID-19 cases at the University. The cases are broken down by location and category. The dashboard shows weekly trends. The dashboard data is compiled and updated by the Idaho State University Health Committee. For more information about the data, please email COVID@health.isu.edu.
Unless otherwise noted, all numbers are updated on Wednesday evenings. Cases are reported based on the day the test result is obtained or known to the University.
Total COVID-19 Cases by Week
Total Probable and Confirmed Cases
Confirmed Cases by Location
Total Weekly Cases by Category
Total Cases by Category
Notes for Weekly Cases
|July 8 - July 14||No notes|
|July 15 - July 21||A delay in test processing contributed to this weekly increase. Cluster identified in athletics (15 known cases). Cluster identified in campus housing (9 known cases)|
|July 22 - July 28||All new cases are associated with previously identified clusters.|
|July 29 - August 4||No notes|
|August 5 - August 11||No notes|
|August 12 - August 18||No notes|
|August 19 - August 25||Fall semester began Monday, August 17th.|
|August 26 - September 1||Cluster identified in campus apartments (2 cases in same household). Cluster identified among staff; test results pending; affected individuals have been notified.|
|September 2 - September 8||Three cases identified in the residence halls; no known connection between cases. Cluster identified in off-campus household of students; test results pending. Cluster identified in the College of Arts and Letters; 2 known cases; affected individuals have been notified. Definitions revised to enable early reporting of probable cases.|
|September 9 - September 15||Cluster identified in the College of Technology; test results pending; affected individuals have been notified.|
|September 16 - September 22||Cluster identified in campus housing; 2 known cases; affected individuals have been notified.|
|September 23 - September 29||Cluster identified in campus housing; 2 known cases; affected individuals have been notified; no known relationship to previously identified clusters. Cluster identified in athletics; 2 known cases; currently under investigation. Cluster identified in College of Technology; 2 known cases; under investigation.|
|September 30 - October 6||Cluster identified in Athletics; 4 known cases; currently under investigation. Cluster identified among Staff; 1 known cases; currently under investigation. 2 Clusters identified in the Divison of Health Sciences 3 known cases; currently under investigation. Cluster Identified in the College of Technology; 2 known cases; currently under investigation.|
|October 7 - October 13||Cluster identified in College of Technology; 3 known cases; currently under investigation. Cluster identified in the College of Health; 2 known cases; currently under investigation. Cluster under investigation at the Early Learning Center in Idaho Falls; affected individuals have been notified. Clusters identified in athletics; currently under investigation.|
|October 14 - October 20||Cluster identified in campus housing; 2 known cases; currently under investigation|
Accessible Alternative for Data Dashboard
View Idaho State’s COVID-19 data in Google Spreadsheet
Case: includes both laboratory COVID-19 confirmed and probable individuals.
Confirmed: a person with a positive laboratory test result for COVID-19 using a molecular amplification technique (e.g., PCR, NAAT) OR antigen test.
Probable: individuals with close contact with a known case now experiencing symptoms consistent with COVID-19 OR who have experienced the sudden loss of taste and smell consistent with the clinical presentation of COVID-19.
Cluster: Idaho State defines a cluster as two or more related cases contracted on campus or at a University-sponsored activity.
Off Campus: this designation is used when the individual was not on campus during the infectious period and could not have contracted COVID-19 while on campus. This includes: students taking only online classes or employees working remotely.
Experiential: this designation is used for students who test positive while completing educational activities off campus such as clinical rotations, practicums, or internships.
Satellite: This designation is used for Outreach Centers or campuses with a small number of students, faculty, or staff.
Public Health Departments
Visit the links below to learn more information about COVID-19 trends across Idaho State University’s service region and campus locations.