5/24/21 - Beginning today, the UMD COVID Dashboard will be updated weekly, on the Monday of each week (or Tuesday, if Monday is a holiday).
5/19/21 - The quarantine and isolation housing program closed and will reopen at the beginning of the fall semester.
4/29/21 - The dashboard has been updated to include metrics for full and partial vaccination rates for UMD as well as Prince George's County
3/12/21 - Updates to the UMD COVID Dashboard will be paused for spring recess, March 13-21, and will resume the week of March 22.
2/27/21 - The sequester-in-place order for all on-campus residence halls was lifted, and academic instruction resumed.
2/20/21 - Following an increase in positive cases, sequester-in-place orders were issued for all on-campus residence halls and all academic instruction will be moved online. Both measures will be effective through at least February 27.
2/5/21 - Enhanced Health Precautions have been implemented in LaPlata Hall due to a sudden increase of positive cases.
1/6/21 - Between December 21, 2020 and January 5, 2021, UMD received a total of 36 positive test results from on-campus testing and self-reported cases. The dashboard has been updated to reflect these results, on the date they were received.
10/9/20 - The dashboard has been updated to include a chart that displays the 7-day average of all positive cases, inclusive of UMD-administered tests and self-reported results.
9/18/20 - Enhanced Health Precautions have been implemented in Denton Hall due to a sudden increase of positive cases.
9/17/20 - The dashboard has been updated to include unconfirmed self-reported positive cases received between 9/10 to 9/16. The posting of this data was delayed due to an integration of data systems that has since been completed.
9/16/20 - The dashboard has been updated to include 43 positive tests and 77 negative tests conducted by the University Health Center between 9/2 and 9/13. The results appear on the date on which the test results were received. The dashboard overview reflects these additions.
9/12/20 - Available isolation and quarantine space has been reduced due to on-campus flood damage and reflects the adjustment of data input error. Isolation and quarantine space affected by the flood will be available again for occupancy after appropriate restoration and cleaning efforts are complete. We are in the process of adding isolation space by preparing unused residence halls for occupancy.
9/7/20 - The quarantine and isolation housing data has been adjusted from a per-bed basis to a per-room basis to more accurately reflect how space is allocated.
9/5/20 - A new section was added to the COVID Dashboard to provide daily totals of unconfirmed positive tests self-reported to UMD.
9/4/20 - Office of Student Conduct issued 19 interim suspensions for non-compliance with university and county COVID-related mandates.
9/4/20 - University Human Resources reported 92% faculty/staff compliance rate for daily symptom-monitoring.
9/4/20 - Department of Fraternity and Sorority Life issued a reminder to Greek leaders of the protocol for testing and the requirement to report results to the University Health Center.
9/3/20 - Maryland Athletics reported 46 positive cases across 10 teams. All training activities were suspended, pending additional testing.
Data on quarantine and isolation bed availability will be updated daily. All other data will be updated weekly.
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