41 cases of COVID-19 reported on campus since Jan. 7

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41 cases of COVID-19 reported on campus since Jan. 7

Medical workers remove a swab for a COVID-19 screening at the TestNebraska site at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln. The university providing daily updates on numbers of tests and positive cases in its COVID-19 dashboard.
Craig Chandler | University Communication

The University of Nebraska–Lincoln reported 41 positive cases of COVID-19 during the most current seven-day period (Jan. 7-13).

During that same span, 556 tests were conducted on students, faculty and staff. Tests are conducted (by appointment only) on campus at the TestNebraska facility in the 17th and R Streets parking garage, the University Health Center and the random mitigation testing station in the East Stadium loop, as well as at off-campus medical facilities. The positivity rate during the week was 7.4%.

Since university-specific testing began on Aug. 12, 2,170 total cases have been recorded out of 24,103 tests, for a positivity rate of 9%.

This report is generated weekly and presented in Nebraska Today on Fridays.

Data is gathered from the university’s COVID-19 dashboard, which is tracking case and test totals daily. All COVID-19 testing information is provided to the university from the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.

Learn more about the university’s ongoing response to COVID-19.

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