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In order to keep the Gonzaga community informed about the total number of students, faculty, and staff members who have been vaccinated, have tested positive for COVID-19, or are in quarantine or isolation, we are providing regular updates to this dashboard.
The accuracy of our data – and our successful risk mitigation strategy – is dependent upon members of the community submitting their vaccination status, reporting symptoms if they have them, efficient and reliable testing for COVID-19, contact tracing in partnership with the Spokane Regional Health District (SRHD), as well as isolation and quarantine protocols established by the University.
The dashboard data on positivity, testing, and isolation and quarantine capacity has been reset as of August 1, 2021 in order to focus on data for the 2021-2022 Academic Year. To view historical data from August 2020 through the current date, click the Historical Data button in the report below.
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Important Actions to Mitigate Risk
- Complete daily self-screening. The Center for Disease Control (CDC) self-checker is a great tool to use.
- Call the COVID-19 hotline at (509) 313-7070, and select option 1, if:
- You have been in contact with someone who has COVID-19.
- You have received a positive test for COVID-19.
- You are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
- Follow critical hygiene behaviors including handwashing, physical distancing, wearing of face masks or other personal protective equipment (PPE) when around others (inside or outside), staying home when experiencing symptoms, and daily disinfecting of surfaces.
Privacy, Stigmatization and Bias
Gonzaga University strives at all times to respect the privacy and medical confidentiality of our community members who have tested positive for COVID-19. We will not disclose the names of individuals who have tested positive when reporting cases, or when conducting contact tracing.
Further, Gonzaga has a strong commitment to combating stigmatization, bias and xenophobia related to COVID-19.