The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire COVID-19 Dashboard is a source of information for regular updates on COVID-19 data related to the campus and the Eau Claire community.
This dashboard is updated daily, Monday through Friday, by 5 p.m. Data reflected here have been confirmed by Student Health Service and the Eau Claire City-County Health Department. The aggregate data profile protects the privacy of individuals while enabling UW-Eau Claire to share relevant information about the virus.
UW-Eau Claire conducts PCR testing for COVID-19 five days per week for students in university housing. The current lag time for results is 48 to 72 hours.
Antigen testing program expands to employees, community
Rapid antigen tests, provided by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services and the UW System, includes off-campus students, faculty and staff and community members. This testing program was introduced in early November to test asymptomatic people in Wisconsin, which experienced a surge in positive cases of the virus.
Positive tests are reported after a confirmatory PCR test.
Community testing data is highlighted in gold on the charts below.
Users can mouse over tables and graphs to see additional details about the data.
Data include PCR and antigen tests performed at UW-Eau Claire.
Quarantine is appropriate to separate individuals who may have had contact with a person who tested positive for COVID-19. Isolation is required if a student is displaying symptoms and is awaiting test results. Isolation is also required for all students who have tested positive for COVID-19. Quarantine and isolation totals include students who remain in their residence hall rooms/apartments and those who have been temporarily relocated to Putnam Hall on campus.
The Eau Claire City-County Health Department total reflects positive cases recorded since Sept. 1. This total includes all tests conducted by Student Health Service at UW-Eau Claire and positive tests for off-campus students, faculty and staff, including employees from campus vendors Sodexo, Barnes & Noble and US Bank. The county’s cumulative data includes positive tests gathered in Eau Claire County and other county health departments in Wisconsin and Minnesota. The Eau Claire City-County Health Department data is updated weekly.
For questions regarding the dashboard, please contact Casey M. Rozowski, Director of Data Management, Analytics, and Reporting, at firstname.lastname@example.org.