Testing and screening summary – 11/12/2020

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As of Nov.12, the university has conducted more than 24,688 nasal swab tests and 18,670 saliva screenings for COVID-19 on students, faculty and staff since mid-August.

  • Of those collective CSU-administered nasal swab and saliva screening numbers, 582 students, faculty and staff tested positive for COVID-19
  • This includes students who live on and off campus as well as faculty and staff
  • Some students are required to submit saliva screening samples based on wastewater results or other factors; all other tests are voluntary
  • See information about how and where to get tested

Who has been invited or required to submit saliva screening

  • All students, faculty and staff are invited to participate in saliva screening and any necessary follow up nasal swab tests from Nov. 3 through Nov. 20

Since Nov. 2 (see the testing and screening update from Nov. 2):

The following students living in residence halls have been required to participate in saliva screening due to wastewater sample results:

  • Westfall Hall
  • Laurel Village – Alpine and Pinon
  • Durward
  • Academic Village – Aspen, Engineering and Honors
  • Allison Hall
  • Edwards Hall
  • Ingersoll Hall
  • International House
  • Newsom
  • Parmelee
  • Braiden Hall
  • Corbett Hall – North and South wings
  • Summit Hall
  • University Village 1500

Students living at the following apartment complex addresses have been strongly urged to submit a saliva sample due to a number of cases among students within the complexes:

  • Rams Village (900 Constitution, all buildings)
  • Union on Elizabeth (1208 W. Elizabeth)
  • The District (1308 W Plum Street)
  • The Standard (775 W Lake Street)
  • Stadium Apartments (821 W Lake Street)

Students living in the following fraternity and sorority houses were in quarantine and members were asked to submit a nasal swab test through the university’s mobile testing service:

  • Kappa Delta
  • Kappa Alpha Theta