Asymptomatic testing is for individuals who are not presenting symptoms consistent with COVID-19 and is performed to identify cases at early stages to ensure that they isolate themselves to prevent transmission
Symptomatic testing is conducted at University Health Services for students presenting with symptoms that are consistent with COVID-19, as well as results of testing not conducted by UHS, but reported to UHS by faculty, staff, and students
Isolation is the physical separation and confinement of an individual who is reasonably believed to be infected, based on signs, symptoms or laboratory analysis, with a contagious or possibly contagious disease from non-isolated individuals
- Quarantine is remaining at home, not going to gatherings or crowded public places, limiting time outside of your home, and monitoring your health
Travel Quarantine is quarantine related to travel from areas where the State of New Jersey and/or the U.S. Centers for Disease Control consider higher risk and require quarantine
- 1/25/21 update: In the bottom graph, the increase in students in isolation in mid-January reflects students returning to campus, compared with the holiday break weeks when most students were away.
- Testing results from undergraduates and graduate students are from the testing laboratory on campus. Test results from faculty and staff are from multiple locations reported by members of the faculty and staff.
- The first day of a seven-day tracking period changed to Saturday from Monday beginning the week of September 5, 2020.